An awareness programme was conducted on “Cultivation of rainfed crops for rabi by College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar at adopted village, Gudur, Kothur (M) on 08.10.2021 under the chairmanship of Dr. C. Narendra Reddy, Associate Dean, College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar to create awareness among the farming community. Dr B. Rajeswari, Professor (Pathology) and the chairman, village adoption committee has inaugurated the programme by giving brief insights about the importance of the programme. Sri B. Sattaiah, Sarpanch, Gudur Grama panchayat, the team of village adoption committee and farmers from the adopted village were present during the programme. She said that, normally farmers have the practice of cultivating rice crop if water resources are plenty enough or sufficient, but for the ensuing rabi season, Telangana government has suggested the farmers for the cultivation of alternate crops other than rice. She has also explained to farmers that as most of the farmers are cultivating rice there may be a chance that in coming future due to excess in supply the demand for rice may decrease and thereby farmers may incur losses. During the awareness programme the team members has explained all the alternate crops that can be cultivated like pulses (Green gram/Black gram/Chick pea/ Cowpea) or oilseeds (Groundnut/ Sesamum/ Castor/Safflower) or horticultural crops viz vegetables or flower crops instead of rice. By cultivating these irrigated dry crops farmers can get profits by reducing the cost of cultivation. After the awareness programme all the team members has visited the field crops present at the village viz., rice, cotton and redgram and suggested plant protection measures for the crops.