Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol : 9 - Issue : 5 ; 945-950 Ravi Nandi, *Nithya Vishwanath Gowdru and Muttanna National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management, Rajendranagar - 500 030, Hyderabad, Telengana *National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, Rajendranagar - 500 030, Hyderabad, Telengana Abstract The state of food and nutrition security in the world marks the foundation of a regular monitoring of advancement towards achieving food and nutritional security through household. India is facing complex nutrition problems and malnutrition remains an important public health issue. India itself is a home for the largest under-nourished and hungry population. Healthy and high-quality diets require consumption of a wide range of food categories in the right quantities. India achieved food security; however, achieving nutrition security requires an adequately diversified diet in terms of macronutrients and micronutrients. Fruits and vegetables are the good sources of micronutrients which are needed for healthier diets. India is a second largest producer of fruits and Vegetable in the world. During the year 2014-15 India produced 169.478 million metric tons of vegetables and 86.602 million metric tons of fruits. Majority of Indian population resides in rural areas and practicing agriculture and allied activities. To address such nutrition issues there is need for promoting nutrition sensitive production and advisory system in rural area. In recent years, the interest in leveraging agriculture to improve nutritional outcomes has been increased, especially at institutional level. Hence, to emphasis on nutritional aspects of rural people is possible through Agricultural Extension workers. There is global interest of leveraging better Agriculture Extension and advisory services as a basis of food and nutritional security. Connecting extension and rural advisory services with health has the potential to improve sustainability through fruits and vegetables as a source of nutrition. Agricultural extension and advisory workers are probably the best source to help to achieve nutritional education to farmers, through bio fortification, farm school, convergence of actors, participatory methodologies and Information Communication Technologies (ICT’s). The review paper aims at explaining the possibility of how nutrition can be integrated into extension and advisory services to reach rural people through Agricultural extension and rural advisory services (RAS) to address malnutrition in rural area.