Rice being most important cereal with the challenge to improve its production to meet demanding situation. A study was conducted to assess the impact of result demonstration on SRI adoption in Gunjanagar VDC of Chitwan. The findings revealed that only six respondents had been continued to follow SRI whereas in most of the statements related to the SRI, the respondents disagreed and were unsatisfied. Lack of information, alternate SRI techniques and suitable land were the reasons to have low level of adoption of SRI. The findings also revealed low level of supervision of the extension. Overall implementation of result demonstration was very weak that somehow seemed unsuccessful to bring forward SRI as an effective method of rice production. The individual factors such as curiosity, willingness, and interest to the innovation motivate farmers towards the use of SRI rather than other external and socio-economic factors. Relevant trainings on SRI, proper selection and execution of teaching methods and prior supply of the informative materials through progressive farmers, field level extension workers, radio etc enhances SRI to improve rice production.