The traditional system of education where the teacher is the sole instructor and the students as mute spectators are long foregone. In its stead a new innovative method is evolved. The study wish to see the efficacy of this new system in an underdeveloped poor country like India. This work is a result of assessment surveys that are conducted by the SSA (Sarva Shikhsa Avijaan- Educational For all Program) authority in the Burdwan district of West Bengal,India. Under SSA a new and innovative technique is used. We see the students in India are facing at least three problems in tackling this new method. First, being a first generation learner almost no familial help is sorted out to them. Unfortunately the teachers are not always able to mitigate this gap. Secondly, the children (mostly minority girl child) are burdened with heavy doses of family labor of daily household chores. Thirdly these girl children are strained by strong social taboos (like child marriage) that make their learning uncertain. In spite of these odds, the new system has raised their curiosity to a great extent. It is our duty that the sparkle in their eyes do not die away.