As we know, any nation cannot be considered well developed if its educational sector is not developed. In modern times, we are claiming that we have well-equipped educational institutes with the latest infrastructure and technology, but overall research shows us that our children are not doing well in all competitive tracks. There are many issues responsible for the weakness of the whole system. When we address the issue at ground level, we can find that it is parents negligence that causes children to not be well. Parents are not too sensitive and cooperative towards all institutions and educational organizations. They follow all commercial educational guidelines blindly and do not become auditors for the educational market. Parents should keep education a priority for their children rather than other things. Educational activity didn’t only demand that you pay school fees, uniforms, and other essentials to your wards. It demands your care, your audit, and your precious time. You have handed over your children to commercial schools and kept yourself free from all responsibilities that your children need. social intellectuals pindrop Silence from all educational policies is one more factor in the degradation of our educational system. These experienced and understandable people are not concerned with the modern educational system in Kashmir. We should not divide this system into private and government, but it is one, and we should do all developmental activities for the whole system. Social organizations should come forward to address the matter. why our educational competitive environment is not good and why our institutions are not able to make our children competitive for national competitive platforms. Our institutions are producing only degree holders, and the production of education is not prolific. Our educational institutions should update their roadmap to make children more competitive in every aspect of life. Only some children are doing well, and their parents are concerned with them. The rest of the percentage is an interrogation mark for the whole society. Responsible citizens of this nation should now conclude blaming each other about the government and private educational systems. We should unite in terms of the development of education because all crimes and incidents happening in our society are due to the decline of our educational system. If we are concerned for the betterment of our future, then it is time for us to keep education a priority. The modern, challenging issue that we Kashmiris are facing is drugs and unemployment. The reason is that we are not doing well in the educational system. We kept our educational system bound for government jobs and did not create any good vision for our children by which they could get better than government jobs. It is our duty to make our local Islamic darsgahs much better and become supportive of them for the moral development of this generation. Yet we have time to bring our society back to its original shape, but the condition is to make our educational sector good and productive.