The present study was conducted during two consecutive rabi seasons in the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 under on farm trial at farmers field in red soils of Jhansi district in Bundelkhand Zone of Uttar Pradesh by Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bharari, Jhansi, C.S.A. University of Agriculture & Technology, Kanpur to assess the effect of Integrated Nutrient Management module on wheat yield. The results revealed that the application of NPK @ 120:60:40 kg /ha with seed treatment of Azotobactor @ 200 gm-1 kg seed and PSB @ 2.5 kg -1 mix with 60 kg FYM applied in the soil before sowing (T3) improved the grain yield of wheat by 29.3% followed by 18.1% in application of NPK @ 120:60:40 kg ha-1 with seed treatment of Azotobactor @ 200 gm-1 10 kg seed (T2) over Farmers practice (T1 control). The highest net return of Rs. 50390 ha-1 was found in T3 followed by Rs. 43650 in T2 and lowest of Rs. 32865 in T1 . The Benefit : Cost ratio was recorded the highest (3.30) in treatment T3 and 2.96 in treatment T2, respectively.