Beekeeping or Apiculture is the care and management of honeybees for the production of honey. Beekeeping can profitably be pursued by men, women farmers, orchardists and by those who are landless or unemployed. A subsistence farmer can get higher income from beekeeping than from other avocations. Those who have the time and interest can manage a number of beehives and make beekeeping a profitable enterprises by selling the surplus honey and wax. Beekeeping is quite profitable in areas with good floral pasturage. Possibility for the development of beekeeping in India is tremendous due to its diverse environment and inexhaustible floral resources obtained from natural vegetation and cultivated crops. Hence keeping in view of importance of beekeeping, One day training programme on “Entrepreneurship in Beekeeping for Honey Production” was conducted under ICAR- Scheduled Castes Sub Plan at Agricultural College, Jagtial on 14th September 2022. Fifty trainees (50Nos.) were farmers and rural youth of Mothe, Thakalapalli, Thipanapeta and Polasa villagers of Jagtial district. Dr. S. Narendar Reddy, Associate Dean addressed that the beekeeping is an attractive rural Agri-horticulture based entrepreneurship which doesn't need high capital investment or infrastructure and suits well in the integrated agricultural system as an allied activity to increase the economy of farming community. Dr. V. Ratnakar, Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology incharge of training programme created awareness on different honeybees, their lifecycle, equipments used for beekeeping and management of beehives in different seasons. Trainees have visited beehives installed in the fields and gained hands on experience on beekeeping. Feedback was taken from trainees and expressed their satisfaction for successful learning. Brief information about training programme was given to print media for coverage. Mrs. R. Sushmadevi, Assistant Professor and incharge SCSP and students also participated in the programme.