The B. Sc. (Agriculture) students numbering 28 from Agriculture College, Aswaraopet were attached for RAWEP 2022 – 23 to KVK, Wyra. As part of course curriculum, students conducted Rythu Sadassu cum Agricultural Exhibition at Vallapuram Village, Wyra Mandal, Khammam district under the guidance and support of KVK, Wyra on 22.11.2022. The exhibition stall was visited by Dr. M. Madhavi, Associate Dean, Agriculture College, Aswaraopet and other teaching faculty along with public representatives, department officials, farmers and farm women along with Dr. J. Hemantha Kumar, Programme Coordinator, scientists Dr. Jessie Suneetha W, Dr. K. Ravi Kumar, Dr. V. Chaitanya and Mrs. P. S. M. Phanisri, Dr. D. Nagaraju and Mr. D. Srinivas of KVK, Wyra. All of them viewed the models exhibited on various technologies like High density Planting system in cotton, cultivation of tomatoes with mulching and trellis, paired row system of maize cultivation with drip irrigation, zero tillage maize, various app available for farmers benefit, natural farming, oil palm cultivation with drip irrigation or micro sprinklers, use of yellow and blue stickly trap in chilli, integrated farming system, rain water harvesting technology, shade net cultivation of chilli nurseries, kitchen garden model, ICM in paddy, different mulching methods, terrace cum vertical gardening, hydroponics, live models of various pulses, nutri-cereals, millet products, rice, black gram and green gram varieties. Large number participated in rythu sadassu cum exhibition including farmers, public representatives, students, KVK staff and department personnel in the programme from Khammam District. Dr. M. Madhavi, Associate Dean, Agriculture College, Aswaraopet, Dr. J. Hemantha Kumar, Programme Coordinator, KVK, Wyra, Mrs. V. Pavani, MPP, Wyra mandal and Mr. Pavan Kumar, MAO, Wyra mandal addressed the students and wished them well for their future endeavours. The farmers were sensitised on crop diversification during Yasangi, pest management in chilli, cotton and maize, farmer friendly apps available for information dissemination, soil health cards and so on. Various public representatives of Vallapuram village and Wyra mandal also addressed the gathering and congratulated the students on successful completion of their program. The programme continued with feedback from students on their experience during the RAWE program and farmer’s response to students’ involvement in various activities during their interaction with students. Farmer – scientist interaction was organised to clarify the queries.