The learners come to our school room to greet us from an assortment of sociological backgrounds. Students who come from various families, different religions, and different regions, we provide them an array of experiences to build their gender outlook, their biological base which determines who they are as well as their gender perception. Social competence may be stated as an ability to use the appropriate social skills in every field of life. Academics grades alone cannot determine the level of intelligence but to express oneself in a social set up is equally important. That is why social competence is a very significant concept and its implication cannot be denied at school level of attainment in different walks of life whether it is educational opportunities available during school time. Social competence is an evaluative term based on judgements that a learner has performed well in routine life. A number of researchers have critiqued the use of the term’s ‘male’ and ‘female’ as concealing differences among groups of boys and girls. It has been stressing the importance of social class and ethnicity as many factors of shaping educational outcomes. We as teachers have a huge responsibility to guide our students into the right gender framework, which is progressive, ethical, and sustainable.