A student evaluates that how much learning is carried out by his own hard work in comparison to the classroom learning. A competent teacher would always rely more on his or her own delivery of information to the class, for which he or she is sure of. The teacher takes the responsibility to induct maximum input rather shifting it to the student and guardian. Prima facie the teacher who gives more homework wants to put more burden on the student to make own position more secure and unaccountable. Although some modern theories advocate that self-learning should be encouraged, by letting the student to exercise his or her own mind. But unfortunately the point is in general taken in a wrong perspective by putting undue burden and tension on the student. In underdeveloped societies where the student is the first generation to acquire education finds is difficult to be guided by anyone at off school hours. Resultantly the student resorts to other means, such as guides, plagiarism or even absenteeism. In those families where parents are educated or can afford a tutor for off school hours take a definite lead in evaluation if not in true learning.