Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) is a noble concept developed by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) which was rest upon a solid base of transfer of technology from laboratory to farmer's field with respect to Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Floriculture, Bee keeping, Mushroom Cultivation, under Farming and allied subjects. Realizing the importance of technology dissemination in the changing scenario of food and nutritional security, The ICAR intervened in a big way. It was also envisaged that technology assessed by the KVK will be act as a model for line departments and catalyze to improve the existing systems for better delivery mechanism.
It is an innovative science based institution which undertakes vocational training for farmers, farm women and unemployed rural youths, conducts ‘On Farm Trials’ for technology assessment & refinement and Front Line Demonstration to properly demonstrate the latest agricultural technologies to the farmers as well as to the extension workers. The KVK functions on the principles of collaborative participation of subject-matter specialists, extension workers and farmers .