The rural economy of India is undergoing a rapid change on the introduction of science and technology in farming. Training is considered to be important intervening variable for updating the skill of farmers for doing their jobs in an effective manner. It also serves as a source of information with regards to improved technology to the farmers. Other than the training there are many more sources of information utilized by the farmers for obtaining technical know-how in relation to improved practices of mustard cultivation. The use of sources vary from farmer to farmer as well as in groups of the farmers. Some of the information sources are personal localite, personal cosmopolite, and others are impersonal cosmopolite or mass media and commercial agencies and non-government organisations (NGO's).