Agriculture and farming are uniquely challenging professions specially for the millennia farmers who have to find creative solutions to a variety of ecological challenges. However, at the same time, the same age-old obstacles continue to remain an issue for many modern farmers. On top of this, new challenges have arisen in recent years due to climate change, rapidly depleting reserves of freshwater around the world, the looming food crisis, ongoing closures of food processing facilities and local businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, depletion of natural resources due to widespread industrial agricultural practices, high rates of food waste that can intensify food insecurity around the globe, disruptions in trade networks and fluctuations in global demand for agricultural products along with economic strife and crippling debt for individual farmers. In fact, farming communities today might be facing some of their greatest challenges yet and because of this, they have become incredibly adaptable individuals over the years. This can be done through Farmers Training Centers that will empower the farmers / farm women for better agriculture practices by imparting trainings on agriculture and allied subjects. They also provide farm advisory services to the farmers in various district. In this context, a Rythu Sikshana Bhavan at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Wyra under Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agriculture University was built with funds released by Smt. Rekha Ganeshan, Ex. M. P. (RS), Bandra East, Mumbai. The Rythu Sikshana Bhavan was inaugurated on 04.05.2022 by Honourable Agriculture Minister Sri. Singireddy. Niranjan Reddy and the occasion was graced by Sri. Nama Nageswara Rao, MP, Khammam, Sri. L. Ramulu Nayak, MLA, Wyra, Sri. K. Koteswara Rao, TSSDC Chairman, Sri. T. Madhusudan, MLC, Sri. P. V. Gautam, IAS, District Collector and Magistrate, Khammam and Sri. P. Gautam, IAS, P.O., ITDC, Bhadrachalam. The meeting was participated by various public representatives, government officials of Agriculture department, ITDA and Collectorate along with large number of farmers and farm women. Also, the meeting was attended by Dr. V. Sudha Rani, Director of Extension, Dr. R. Uma Reddy, Associate Director of Research, CTZ, Dr. J. Hemantha Kumar, Programme Coordinator, scientists Dr. Jessie Suneetha W, Dr. V. Chaitanya, Dr. K. Ravi Kumar, Mrs. P. S. M. Phanisri of KVK, Wyra and RAWEP students. All the dignitaries have reiterated the need for empowering farmers to increase the production and productivity of different crops through farm mechanization thereby increase profitability of farmers besides saving in labour and time. Along with promoting the efficient use of energy resources, natural resources such as land and water. It’s here that Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Wyra is working as Knowledge and Resource Centre of agricultural technologies for supporting initiatives of public, private and voluntary sectors to improve the agricultural economy of the district and will continue to do the same through Rythu Sikshana Bhavan located on the campus.