In response o Hon’ble Vice Chancellor during his remarks in technical programme at zonal level on 4th May, 2019 it was decided to organize MSRI and AWD in significant area in Northern Telangana Zone. Accordingly MSRI and AWD was demonstrated in an area of 40 acres and AWD in an area of 68 acres. In this regard field day was organized on 23.11.2019 at Ayodya village, Raikal mandal to which local MLA Dr. M. Sanjay Kumar attended as chief guest and Dr. M. Venkata Ramana, Principal Scientist (Rice) as guest of honour. On this occasion Dr. P. Revathi welcomed all the dignitaries to the dias. Invitees Sri Suresh Kumar, ADA, Sri Mukteshwar, MAO, Smt. Aswini, ZPTC, Smt. Sandhra Rani, MPP, Smt. Bharathi, MPTC, Sri Jeevan Reddy, Surpanch, Sri Raji Reddy, Rythu Samanvaya Samithi were participated. Dr. R. Uma Reddy, Associate Director of Research, Regional Agricultural Research Station, Polasa, Jagtial has briefed the importance of meeting. Dr. P. Revathi has explained about technology in detail, the yields were increased 2-5 quintals than farmers practice resulted in increased income and reduced cost of cultivation. Distributed soil health cards to the mechanized transplanted farmers by the chief guest. Dr. M. Sanjay Kumar, MLA addressed farmers gathering about the importance of machine transplanting in paddy. He advised the farmers to make use of precious water and power in crop production and also suggested to adopt water saving methods like AWD. He also suggested to go for ID crops in Place of paddy during rabi. The Chief guest appreciated the Associate Director of Research and Scientists of RARS, Polasa, Jagtial. Guest of honor Dr. M. Venkata Ramana, Principal Scientist (Rice), PJTSAU explained about the procedure on tray vs raising of mat nursery on polythene sheet as well as AWD practice to the farmers. Dr. NRG Varma, Senior Scientist (Entomology), ARI, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad explained about occurrence of pests problems in rice for this season. Scientists from Regional Agricultural Research Station, Polasa, Jagtial Dr. B. Srinivas, Sri S. Omprakash, Dr. P. Ravi and Smt. D.A. Rajini Devi participated and delivered lectures on ensuing rabi season. More than 100 farmers were attended in this event.