Education is the basic need for the development of any society and a lack of it causes backwardness, ignorance and among various other problems. The basic purpose of education is to instill the idea of being good and making everyone look good among the learners. Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan geographically, covering 45% of the national territory. However, the educational system in the province is the worst with only 12,500 primary, middle and high schools with more than 7,000 schools out of the total number consisting of a single room and a single teacher. The situation in the remaining schools is worse as there are no rooms or teachers to cater student needs. The literacy rate of the males in the province is 39 percent and females is 29 percent only, which is the worst in the country. Nearly 66 percent of the children at the age of 5 to 16 are out of schools and are enrolled in workplaces due to poverty. Looking at the educational system of Balochistan, we can say that we are being deprived of maturity and excellence in the province. Government almost pays 4 thousands for each student studying in the governmental institutions every month for the betterment of the school’s infrastructure and the teachers but the authorities have failed to produce fruitful results. Luckily, the private institutions have taken the responsibilities to continue a better educational system in the province. Looking at the history of Balochistan, we can say that private institutions are playing a decent role in bringing maturity to the students of Balochistan in less investment where less than 2000 is invested on a student per month. Coincidentally, the students of private institutions are more eligible than the governmental students which is a sign of motivation for the private institutions and a demotivating act for the other. In Balochistan more than 60 percent of the population belongs to underpriviledged families who can hardly afford food twice a day. In such circumstances, how can they manage to pay 2000 per month for the education of each child? Being a citizen of a state, it is their right to be given proper education by the government according to the basic human rights. But we are not being provided that as well. To that end, the government of Balochistan is supposed to create plans in eradicating the corrupt educational system of Balochistan. With these circumstances, we can only predict a dark night for the province and some modern tactics are to be adopted for the bright future of Baloch people. The writer is a part time teacher in an English based institution DELTA (Dynamic English Language Teaching Academy, Turbat) and a 2nd year Arts student in Atta Shad Degree College Turbat.