The sizeable public sector resources in India have began to flow in livelihood sector in Disadvantaged Agriculture. Improvement in Agriculture Livelihood in Disadvantaged Agriculture has potentials to counter poverty & destitution of farming community. The technology based interventions are being disseminated to enhance livelihood of farming community in Disadvantaged Agriculture through different livelihood programs being undertaken. The public sector is collaborating with civil society organisations and private sector to refine and transfer agriculture technology for livelihood enhancement of farming community living in Disadvantaged Agriculture. The technology transfer paradigm of Green Revolution era has given way to institution based transfer of technology through consortium mode of working in implementation of livelihood programs. The consortium mode of working has become a dominant technology transfer paradigm in Disadvantaged Agriculture in Indian context. The present book depicts the implementation plan of Livelihood Programs in Disadvantaged Agriculture with reference to World Bank funded National Agriculture Innovation Project (NAIP).