Extension education is one of the three major functions of the CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar. The responsibility for planning, organizing, conducting and coordinating the extension education activities of the university in the Haryana State lies with the Directorate of Extension Education. Its main aim is to transfer the well proven/tested technology to the farmers (males and females), livestock owners, rural youth, field staff of State Govt. and other personnel engaged in developmental and professional agencies in the sphere of agriculture, animal husbandry, horticulture, home agencies and other allied areas through its well planned, skill-oriented and need based programmes. An excellent collaboration/linkage is maintained with the Haryana State Govt. Department of Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Social Welfare (Woman and Child Development) etc. and non-government organization so that technologies may reach to the beneficiaries at their door steps. The approach is educational with major emphasis on whole farm and family development. Since its inception the university has conceived and implemented a unique system of extension education for transfer of technology to its ultimate users. The Directorate acts as bridge between the research scientist and the farmers and other beneficiaries to provide feed back, therefore, the role of the Directorate is two fold, i.e., transfer of technologies from scientists to the ultimate clients through field functionaries and to find out the problems of the field to be passed on to various research departments for working on a solution to the problem.