We know, education is the empowerment that the youth need for a better future of their own as well as their nation and this tough job is nobly done by a teacher. The teaching has been considered to be the noblest job that a person can do, and why not, we have every reason to call it so. Numerous scientists, businessmen, doctors, lawyers, engineers, architects, etc are being produced since inception, by teachers. Before the advent of cluster of private school system, government schools were at full bloom. Most of the marvels came from such government schools. unlike today. Then what has gone wrong that the ‘Marvel producing institutions’ have become barren. Who is to be blamed? Teachers? Students? Or someone else? The answer lies in the ‘Interest’ theory. Whose interest? Both teachers’ as well as students’. Just a decade back, the private schools were not in abundance as they are now. The education system has now been marginalized and reduced to an income source. The interest from education has now shifted towards money, and more and more private schools are coming up with high tech facilities while our government schools are left at the mercy of less interested teachers. The lack of interest of the government, who are guardians/trustees of these schools, has forced the parents to move on to private schools. Moreover, the lack of interest shown is sometimes driven by some covert motives such as some private schools are owned by politicians. After state it is the students who must be interested in gaining and seeking more, which can be attained by questioning more. And sometimes it is the capability and capacity of the student as well. Teaching is not a one way transaction. Moreover, the teachers of Govt. Schools have already earned a bad name that they need to do away with and work a little harder. Now if someone argues that ‘my son studies in a government school and he is doing very well’, then it obviously is not just because there are competent teachers teaching him but because he also is interested in his studies. And further, as we know, the last decade has been the most violent phase in Kashmir that has badly impacted education system and mind set of the youth. Then it comes the turn of the teachers who need to take pains and interest in teaching students by their heart without any malice. They need to use new methods to make students more interested in studies. The lack of facilities in government schools, lack of interest and lack of commitment coerced the parents to send their wards to the private schools instead of government schools, leaving the poor and less interested parents’ less interested students’ quota for the government schools. Well, exceptions do occur. By driving teachers out of the schools will surely not solve the problem, but what is needed is ‘Interest driven education system’ in our government schools. The education system that shall enhance the creativity and imagination of the students. A well said quote by John Henrik Clarke “A good teacher, like a good entertainer first must hold his audience’s attention, then he can teach his lesson” sums it all.