The Government of Andhra Pradesh is allocating funds under Grants-in-Aid assistance to Acharya N.G.Ranga Agricultural University every year for providing teaching to the students who are pursuing UG, PG & Ph.D.programmes in Agriculture, Research and to carry out extension activities and also for the agricultural related programmes being implemented by Government under Revenue Expenditure (earlier called as Non-Plan) ever since its commissioned.

 The Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi is providing financial support to the University for implementing various Research Projects on different crops.  The ICAR has also sanctioned seven extramural projects to ANGRAU with an outlay of Rs.133.179 lakh under Research Programmes and serving the farming community through Agricultural Universities.

  The Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, Government of India and other Government Agencies are providing funds to the University towards Strengthening & Development of Teaching, Research and Academic facilities and essential amenities in Colleges, Polytechnics and Research Stations of the University.

The Government of India has also sanctioned 13 Krishi Vigyan Kendras to the University situated at various locations in Andhra Pradesh and conducting several extension activities to cater the needs for the development of farming community and their women folk.

The Government of Andhra Pradesh has provided assistance to ANGRAU through NABARD – RIDF (Tranches – XX, XXI & XXII) for creation of infrastructural facilities in enhancing the quality in Education, Research and Extension sectors with a project outlay of Rs.283.46 crores.

Consequent upon the diversification and expansion in the teaching, research and extension programmes, the budget allocation of Rs.61.00 lakh in 1964-65 raised to Rs.2892.00 lakh in 1990-91.  During the Financial Year 2017-18, the Government of Andhra Pradesh has allocated budget provision of Rs.30787.39 lakh to the University for providing teaching, research and extension programmes in the state through Agricultural University.