The information and communication is a vital resource for agriculture and may contribute considerably to make sure food security and property by making awareness and talent development through access to information. The initial and most distinguished player of information delivery is public sector extension services that from past few years are sometimes criticized for their ineffective targeting, poor reach and also the vast body value of delivering information. Since past few years, the forceful increase in mobile penetration even in rural areas has result in evolution of ICT-based extension services models to publicize agriculture connected information. The goal of discrimination the mobile phone-enabled info delivery mechanism is to possess inclusive growth by reducing the information gap between enormous and little farmers and by making awareness. With this end, this paper analysis specific objectives excluding distinguishing potential desires of data and also the existing sources, includes the meta analysis of mobile impact studies chiefly in India in terms of up farmers socio-economic conditions by being higher connected to extension services, improved access to markets and higher science info.