Reproduction is the phenomenon that has evolved for the survival of living by producing continuous stream of new generation of same species. Production of new human beings begins with fertilization. Failure to this process results in infertility. Most of the cases (85%-90%) are treated with medications or surgery. Improvement in fertility treatment has made it possible for many women to conceive whose male partner is infertile. These new and advanced technologies include In vitro
Fertilization, Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection, and other similar procedures 
Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching on knowledge and attitude regarding In vitro Fertilization among nursing students.
Methodology: A quantitative approach with quasi experimental research design was used in the study.
Sample and sampling technique: This study include 100 Nursing students. Samples were selected by using convenient sampling technique.
Setting: The research setting was selected Nursing Colleges of Shimla, H.P.
Tools: The Socio Demographic Performa and Structured Knowledge Questionnaire were used to collect the data. After assessing the pre-existing knowledge of the samples, video assisted teaching on In vitro Fertilization was administered to the students of experimental group. At the end post test was conducted.
Result: The pre-test mean score of knowledge and attitude of experimental group was 21.57, 37.88 and that of comparison group was 19.04, 40.06 respectively. The post test mean score of knowledge and attitude of experimental group was 28.84, 49.73 and that of comparison group was 19.84, 41.22 respectively. In post test knowledge score the t value 11.74 was found to be significant at 0.05 level of significance as p value was 0.00*. In relation to attitude the t value (5.11) was significant at p value was 0.00*. The results depicted that video assisted teaching programme was effective hence it was concluded that there was significant improvement in the knowledge and attitude of the nursing students regarding In vitro Fertilization.