Efficient input management along with varietal improvement is the two basic aspects that can help us in achieving the target. To fully exploit the potential of wheat yield the development of special management practices like sowing method, management of water, nutrient and weed etc are prime need which ensure for higher yield. The new resource conservation technology FIRBS (furrow irrigated raised bed planting system) can reduce the water usage by 25-40% and saved 25% of seed and nitrogen without any yield reduction compared to conventional tillage. Wheat productivity can be increased by providing copious water at the right time according to availability of irrigation water. Various essential nutrients play pivotal role in maintaining the quality of grains. Nitrogen being the constituent of all amino acids and protein fractions has great influence on growth and yield-attributing characters of wheat in relation to its major uses in bread making. Thus, the judicious use of available irrigation water and application of suitable dose of fertilizer in respect to available soil moisture plays important role in minimizing the present large gap between yield achieved and yield achievable.