The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences organized a Guest Lecture on Resource Conservation Technologies Vis-a-Vis Sustainable Agriculture on 30th January, 2017.The lecture was delivered by Dr. Dharam Bir Yadav, Project Director, CCSHAU, Hisar. The topic was chosen because there is over exploitation of resources such as water, fuel, soil, labor, force and women utilized in production system of agriculture. Since, the cultivable area in agriculture has been shrinking by and by due to urbanization and change of land uses so a balance between the utilization of resources and agricultural production system need to be kept. This will lead to sustenance of . . . . . . agriculture for longer period. To conserve the resources, different techniques/technologies covered by the speaker were laser leveling, zero tillage or no tillage, green manuring, cover crops, residue management, sowing system (direct seeded rice) and integrated weed management. Application of these technologies or their integration will lead to optimum utilization of the above-mentioned resources which in turn will have a positive impact on production and productivity of different crop. By doing so, we can save irrigation water and fuel upto 30% while achieving the same target of productivity of different crops. In the end there was an interactive session with the students.