The book presents impact of KVK (Farm Science Centre) on knowledge and adoption of recommended practices of scientific fish culture among the farmers of Dakshin Dinajpur district, West Bengal, India. Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) is a project of ICAR for testing and transfer of Agricultural technologies to bridge the gap between production and productivity and to increase self employment opportunities among the farming communities. With an objective to study the impact of KVK on fish culture, present study has been carried out in Tapan block in Dakhshin Dinajpur. The KVK has been in operation since large in the area which has been brought under the study. This area being dominated by the farming communities with farming system having fish culture one of the important components for their livelihood. The farmers are basically resource poor having small holding size of land and at least a pond for fish culture, mostly for their own consumption. A chunk of youths and farmers from the farming community has been trained up by the KVK. The trained farmers have dual role towards the development of the farm and farming system as well as for the betterment of their livelihood.