Cicer arientinum L. commonly known as chickpea is one of India's most important pulse crops, accounting for 38% of the range and 50% of pulse production when compared to the overall beat generation. Chickpeas include 2.1 percent protein, 61.5 percent carbs, 4.5 percent fat, and higher levels of press, calcium, and niacin. The most significant burden of chickpea generation owing to parasitic nematodes (Meloidogyne incognita) is around 14 percent of total global generation in annual abdicate hardship. Pseudomonas fluorescens might be a bacterial bio-agent that aids worm camouflage in chickpea plants. This test was carried out to see in case there were any contrasts in press substance between chickpea immunized with M. incognita and a combination of Pseudomonas fluorescens as a bioagent, where distinctive treatments of nematode, microscopic organisms, and chemicals are utilized to support disease resistance in chickpea cultivars RSG 974, GG 5, and GNG 2144. The full press substance of chickpea assortment GNG 2144 was found to be most prominent within the treatment where as it were microscopic organisms (P. fluorescens) were tainted, i.e., 13.56 mg/100g of a root, taken after by GG 5, i.e., 12.47 mg/100g of root, and RSG 974, i.e., 10.69 mg/100g of root. The utilize of Pseudomonas fluorescence, either in combination or alone, consistently raised the Fe substance within the roots of chickpea plants, i.e., RSG 974 (40.47 %), GG 5(49.16 %), GNG 2144 (58.17 %) compared to the health check.