Demand Driven and Doorstep Transfer of Technology through Convergence of Common Service Centres (CSC) – Hub and Spokes Model is an innovative approach to bridge the gap between technology and farmers. The research gap of the study was found to be perception and expectation of the farmers towards CSC. Hence assessing the impact of the CSC and analysing the service quality of the centre was the main focus of the research. Results revealed that 97.00 % of the farmers reported that time has been efficiently managed at the CSC in disseminating agricultural technology. 78.40 per cent of the farmers reported that the charges obtained by the Village Level Entrepreneur for delivering service through CSC was not so high. It was also found that 92.40 % of the farmers had easy access to the centre. The implication of the study led to the development of empirical model showcasing the user satisfaction and benefits given by the CSC to the farmers and the actual expectation from the farmers. The study identified that there was a significant difference between farmer’s service expectation and farmer’s service perception. The technology had high impact since, the time of intervention was correlated with Nivar & Burevi flood and majority of the farmers welcomed this technology as a means of applying crop insurance.