This phenomenon of generation gap is not new but it became popular in 1960s; however its magnitude is greater today due to many factors. The fast trend of urbanization, literacy and technological advancement has brought about visible psycho-social changes in the personality traits of the individuals, who are exposed to these changes. The problem of adjustment among the new generation has heightened and this snowballing generation gap has enhanced the difference in attitudes, values, beliefs, behavior patterns and aspirations between both the generations. Azad Jammu and Kashmir with a heterogeneous population is no exception to this rapid process of transformation. Therefore today there is a distinct conflict between traditional and modern generations of the society. In this study researchers focus on different factors which are affecting the generation gap. The term Generation gap and the changing pattern of Parents-children / youth relations, interaction, communication pattern and conflict has caught the attention of social scientists and researchers. This small study is an attempt to check opinion, views and practices about generation gap of students of different departments of University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Muzaffarabad AJ&K.