The purpose of the present study is to investigate the behavioral problems in the disabled students, thus explaining the poor social and behavioral functioning associated with learning disabilities and emotional disturbances. Students with physical disabilities were used as sample for the purpose of study. A checklist of liking and disliking, perceptions of self-worth and social acceptance, and teacher ratings of conduct problems, anxiety-withdrawal, and attention problems was considered to obtain data. Students with disabilities were less accepted and liked and also perceived their self-worth and social acceptance to be lower than normal students. Group interactions were apparent for several of the peer rating and behavioral variables, indicating that different patterns of social and behavioral functioning distinguished them from the normal students. The findings highlight that majority of the disabled students have bitter behavioral expressions, and low achievement. The study supports the notion that there may be a common cognitive cause for both disability and behavior problems. The study is equally beneficial for trainers, researchers and special education trainee teachers.