Academicians are constantly pursuing ways for reforming the strategies and systems in education in view to improve its quality as well as its outcome. Developing efficacy to address students with diverse aptitudes, talents, skills, etc appears to be a major challenge in designing educational strategies, systems and tools. This area requires lot of research inputs and innovative thinking in order to rationalize the educational practices and for maximizing their efficiency. An understanding on this concept and its influence on the student performance appears to be relevant for making reforms in the education sector. Assessment on the various educational concepts and tools indicates that single gender classes might have some influence on student achievements.