The advantages of precision land leveling and broad bed furrow (BBF) planting technique have been established in terms of increasing yields, income and water productivity, and saving of irrigation water and resources. To see the impact of these improved technologies, on-farm trials were conducted on precision land leveling and BBF seeding technique of pigeonpea in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh under FFP project during 2017-18 and 2018-19. An on-farm study was conducted under Farmer FIRST Programme at six selected villages in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh state for 2 consecutive years (2017-18 to 2018-2019). The pigeonpea varieties ‘Pusa 992’ and ‘ICPL 88039’ were used in precision land leveling and BBF trial respectively. The technology was demonstrated in an area of 0.4 ha for each farm families and total 30 farm families and 52 farm families were covered under precision land leveling and BBF trial, respectively. The fertilizers (20:60:20 kg NPK/ha) and plant protection were used as per recommendation for the region. The results indicated that 15.1 and 15.7% higher yield of pigeonpea and water productivity increased by 16.67 % and 11.90% in precision land leveling and BBF system, respectively over farmers’ practice. The economics analysis showed that net returns increased by Rs. 16,494 and Rs. 18,077 in precision land leveling and BBF system, respectively as compared to farmer’s practice. This study suggests that precision land leveling and BBF planting of pigeonpea are more productive and profitable in rainfed areas of central India.