This research paper is based on a case study of issues in education of students from slum areas at elementary school level. It was conducted to explore issues, if any, in education of students from slum area. The objectives of the study were to study the perception of teachers working in the elementary school, perception of parents of children, and perception of students studying in the schools in slums about education and educational issues, if any, on educational, social and economic aspects associated with the education of such children. Case study method was adopted to conduct this study. The informants in the case were teachers including Headmaster (05), parents (10) and two groups of students (16) were taken for focus group discussion. Tools such as, interview schedule for HM/teachers, interview schedule for parents, and a guideline for focus group discussion (FGD) with the students were used for collection of data. The dimensions covered in the tools were such as: educational issues (school infrastructure, student attendance, retention of the student, method of the classroom teaching transaction, peer group interaction, parent teacher interaction, pupil-teacher interaction, evaluation of the pupil’s performance and curricular activities), social issues, and financial issues. Data were analyzed by using qualitative data analysis techniques. In order to cross-check and validate, the data collected through different sources and triangulation was used. The results revealed are: Mostly school facilities provided nearest place from the resident of the child. There was no provision of using computer, white board, and projector in the school. The Provision of sanitation facilities i.e. Water & drinking water facilities, separate toilet for girls and boys available in the school. Student attendance rate is increased when the mid-day-meal scheme is implemented in the school. Sometime children faced difficulties in regularly attending the school due to the various reasons i.e., heavy household activities, health problem, helping their parents in business, illness and disinterested toward the study. Regarding retention, students get promoted to the next class without consideration of performance in the examination. Peer group interaction as observed are that, students face difficulties in interacting with other due to the lack of interest for the study, indifferent attitude towards others, shyness etc. Parents are unable to attain PTMs due to involvement in house hold activities, lack of information about when the meeting etc. Social issues as found include, various factors that influenced the educational attainment of the child i.e. illiteracy, poverty, conservativeness and neglecting attitude of the parents, lack of parental guidance and involvement etc.