Intelligence involves the ability to think, solve problems and behave in ways that are appropriate. It also involves the ability to learn new information and keep it in memory. General intellectual functioning is determined by the use of standardized tests of intelligence. Intelligence Quotient (IQ) is a measure of this ability. In case of low IQ, children might face delay or difficulty in learning new skills, studying and engaging in proper behaviours. Typically, children with intellectual impairment fail in school examinations despite genuine efforts. They may be backward than other children with regard to their grades. In between trying to perform better in academics and the lack of intellectual ability to do so, they may suffer from helplessness and low self-esteem. They need proper training so that they can utilise the other abilities that they, in fact, have.