Hello Sundeep...my friend....haven't seen you in so long! It's also been a very long time since I had children in school, but I remember it well.
Kids do seem to universally hate homework. Recalling ancient history, I didn't like it much myself! To a teen-ager whose life is so busy, it must feel like bringing your job home with you as an adult.
"Motivation" comes in many forms. All kids have different personalities and
attitudes. Depending on their age, it can often be frustrating for parents.
Of course it's helpful for parents to show a genuine interest and to ask questions about their progress and whether their assignments have been completed. While parents shouldn't "help" too much, just being there to support is important. Being involved in conversation on the subject can be positive reinforcement to a student.
It's especially important to know how well or poorly your child is doing in a certain class. If they are struggling with something, homework can be very stressful. It may help to schedule a meeting with a teacher to find out what he/she suggests.
Most homes have a few rules. If at all possible, scheduling a particular time period for "homework" is a good idea. Immediately after school or after dinner but impressing upon them that waiting until late in the evening is counter-productive.
Part of the rules for homework should be that there is a quiet environment. Once parents have created the mood and motivation, the rest is adjusting to a routine.
BRIBERY never hurts!!