Yadav et al. (2014) studied about a field experiment was conducted during Zaid season of 2010-11 at N.D. University Kumarganj, Faizabad (U.P.), India to study irrigation of four irrigation schedules based on irrigation water (IW) :cumulative pan evaporation (CPE) rate and three planting methods of green gram. The yield and yield attributes viz., number of pods/plant, number of seed/pod, harvest index and benefit: cost ratio increased with increase into among the planting methods maximum 1000-seed weight (34.15), grain yield (13.74 q/ha), harvest index (26.03 %), net return (Rs. 43592) and benefit : cost ratio 3.37 were recorded with raised bed of plant in method, while minimum with method. The maximum grain yield (14.46 q/ha), harvest index (24.94 %) and net return Rs. 44898 were noted the IW: CPE 1.0 at 6 cm depth among the different irrigation schedules.