This study emphasizes on the beneficial role of rhizo-competitive Bacillus spp. isolated from rhizospheric and non-rhizospheric soil in plant growth promotion and yield improvement via nitrogen fixation and biocontrol of Sclerotium rolfsii causing foot rot disease in Eleusine coracana (Ragi). The selection of potent rhizobacteria was based on plant growth-promoting attributes using Venn Set Diagram (VSD) and Bonitur Scale (BS). Bacillus pumilus MSTA8 and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens MSTD26 were obtained as persuasive in root colonization, rhizosphere competence and biofilm formation using root exudates of E. coracana L. rich with carbohydrates, proteins, and amino acids. The relative chemotaxis index (RCI) of the isolates understood invasive behavior to the rhizosphere. During pot and field trials, the consortia of rhizobacteria in a vermiculite carrier increased the grain yield by 37.87% with a significant Harvest Index (HI) 16.45. Soil analysis of the post-field trial revealed the soil reclamation potentials so as to manage soil nutrition and fertility. Both indexes ensured crop protection and production in eco-safe ways and herald commercialization of Bacillus bio-inoculant for improvement in crop production and disease management of E. coracana.