In present times, changing food habits of people has lead to the growing demand of vegetables. As vegetable production is a labour intensive activity and has the capacity of agricultural diversification, which ensures rural employment opportunities; it has economic significance too. The country of India with a population more than 120 crores,is facing the problems of unemployment and food security among commoners. The vast diversified topography, climate and soil of India is suitable for growing an array of vegetables. The erratic and uneven nature of Indian monsoon climate along with varied input use efficiency in vegetable cultivation among different farmers in different parts of the country, results in a huge spatio-temporal disparity in vegetable productions. As a consequence of which the export of major vegetables is not sufficient to the mark desired. The Department of Agriculture & Co-operation under the Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India, along with The National Horticulture Board have provide some hope to a sustainable growth of entire vegetable production of India by initiating timely adequate measures for this sector.