This study emphasizes on the self esteem of the visually disabled and the physically disabled late adolescents, who are a marginalized group needing special attention especially when they are entering into their adulthood. The study aims to find out the level of self esteem among physically disabled and visually disabled late adolescents, and to know the gender difference in self esteem among them using a quantitative comparative research design. The sample size taken for the purpose of the study is 120, consisting of 60 physical disabled (30 male and 30 female) and 60 visually disabled (30 male and 30 female). For collecting the data simple random sampling has been applied. Rosenberg self esteem scale was used and the respondents were asked to reflect on their current feelings. T test was planned for the analysis of the data. Result revealed that, there exit is a significant difference on self esteems between physically disabled and visually disabled late adolescents, with visually disabled late adolescents having more self esteem. Also there is no gender difference in self esteem of physically disabled and visually disabled late adolescents.