With the outbreak of the Pandemic, it has been difficult to prepare the young generation for the worst. It is not the good times in one’s life that are going to decide his perseverance, but the bad/rough times. The young blood nowadays seems cold toward themselves and others. There is a dearth of the values like strength, emotions, patience, intellect, sensitiveness, cooperation, self-love, and respect. All they know is how to compete with the high-rolling lot, how to present themselves in an ultramodern way, and how to sham their personality. And once they are done faking themselves and pulling the wool over others’ eyes, self-destruction begins. Who should be blamed for it? Parents, who are of the opinion that the teachers are responsible for children’s conduct or teachers who think parents are solely responsible for it? In such a tug-of-war it is the children who suffer and lose. Our institutions have failed somewhere to frame a worthwhile yet productive system in which a child can grow. Teachers have earned the respect of being nation builders. They don’t only have to help them with their books and studies, but their morals too. The system of regarding a student just a student should be called off. A teacher should understand that his student is someone who will represent him later in society. If he helps him uplift his morals, he is indirectly helping himself. Though it is difficult to manage to get enough time to introduce a moral class for students online, it is not impossible to manage to spare an hour a week for the upliftment of their spirits. They are in dire need of it, more now, but always!