Ficus is a genus of the family Moraceae that is collectively known as figs; they are native of the tropics with a semi-warm temperate zone. The common fig (F. carica) is a temperate species native to southwest Asia and has been widely cultivated from ancient times for its fruit; it is also referred to as figs grown in India. In a 100-gram serving, raw figs provide 74 calories, but no essential nutrients in significant content, with all having less than 10% of the daily value. When dried (uncooked), however, 100 grams of figs supply 60 calories with the dietary mineral, manganese, and rich content 368of minerals and vitamin K. Figs are propagated by cuttings. It is grown in tropical and semi tropical zone so it is having scarcity of water it is directly impact on the survival of cuttings. To improve the survival rate of cuttings, the present study was carried out by using different combinations of rooting media with indole butyric acid (IBA). Here, factorial completely randomized design (FCRD) was followed with 24 different combinations comprising three treatments of IBA concentration, i.e., 500, 1000, 1500 ppm with control, replicated thrice. From the experiment, it was observed that among different concentration, 1500 ppm IBA gave maximum shoot, root growth, percentage of rooted cuttings survival percentage of rooted cutting, and root:shoot ratio over the remaining treatments. In terms of using different rooting media, soil + farm yard manure (FYM) + Cocopeat recorded better performance than using soil as a rooting media. The combined effect of IBA with rooting media was found to be significant with the maximum number of sprouts, percentage of rooted cuttings, survival percentage of rooted cuttings, and root:shoot ratio. Thus, this method can be used to develop nursery with better survival rate, and the number of plants per cuttings will be more.