Soil pH, Electric Conductivity, Organic Carbon, NPK, Potassium, Sodium, Lime, are the essential nutrients, present in soil and helpful to growth of crops. Distribution of nutrients is unequal. In this paper, an attempt has been made to find out the level of nutrients and their distribution. It covers an area 75025 of hectares of agricultural land where 1 87, 937 population reside. Area covers 46, 683.87 sq hectors (34%) out of 138248.8 hectares of Baramati tahsil, where 76 % population are concentrated. Average village wise nutrient level of 400 soil samples from NLBC area of Baramati is calculated and presented graphically. It shows that NLBC area soil is Alkaline and indicates 11 % area are of high saline. Organic Carbon is high but there is not enough Nitrogen. Phosphorus and Potassium are in good condition. Villages Nimbut, Bajrangwadi and Late are in an excessive Alkaline condition of pH. Use of organic fertilizers, reducing excessive use of chemical fertilizers, green compost and wherever needed reclamation is recommended to maintain soil health.