As a student, I rarely had an opportunity to utilize my skills and abilities in Mathematics as the teachers were not aware of the ability of the students to learn the subject in meaningful way and I always wished for opportunities to prove myself. Therefore, I propose problem-centered learning which gives the maximum scope for students to demonstrate their understanding of the mathematical problems and I deeply believe in their innate ability. This approach has been found a motivating and commandingapproachtoteachingmathematics and my experience with the approach proves how effectively problem-centered learning can be implemented. It is most significant that the learner best acquires Mathematical competence through his practical expertise. Therefore, based on my experiences, I advocate an innovative and theoretical approach to teaching of Mathematics where the role of the learner is greatly important and there should be drastic changes in the traditional thinking about the learner's ability.