Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) popularly known as Gram is an important pulse crop in India. Rhizoctonia bataticola (Taub.) is one of the most destructive fungal pathogen causing dry root rot disease in chickpea. The disease is most severe in the central and southern zones, where the crop is grown mostly under rainfed condition. The different dates of sowing at 15 days of intervals and were given alone and in combination also to see their effect on disease incidence. The susceptible variety “Uday” was used for this experiment. The crop which had been sown on October 15, 2017, the disease was first appeares on 90 DAS in *D1 I1 (15th Octoober + first irrigation at pre-flowering times ) followed by D1 I2 (15th Octoober + first irrigation at pre-flowering times and 2nd irrigation at pod formation stage) and D1 I3 (15th Octoober + first irrigation (40-45 DAS), 2nd irrigation pre –flowering times ) and 3rd irrigation at pod formation stage) which were (100 DAS) and (110 DAS), respectively. The crop which had been sown on October 15, 2017, the minimum disease incidence was observed (16.41%) in D1I3 followed by D1I2 and D1I1 which were (19.30%) and (21.80%), respectively. In the case of 01 November, 2017 sowing date the minimum disease incidence was observed (31.5%) in D2I3 followed by D2I2 and D2I1 which were (34.50%) and (35.5%), respectively. While 3rd date of sowing on 15 November, 2017, the minimum disease incidence was observed (36.43%) in D3I3 followed by D3I2 and D3I1 which were (37.73%) and (39.93%), respectively during 2017-2018 and similar trends were also observed in 2018-19. However, the minimum disease incidence and maximum seed germination, plant disease control and yield were found in the first date of sowing (October 15) with three irrigations in comparison to the second and third date of sowing with one or two irrigations during 2017-2018 and similar trends were also observed in 2018-19. The interaction effect was significantly different between various dates of sowing and irrigations.