All the same, questions are what forums are fo, so there's no harm in asking. The key is not make sure you've done your homework and at least tried to find a solution first.
wud u be able to suggest a roadmap on how to develop some good web designing/development skills?
My first suggestion would be to get a solid grounding in the basics, like HTML and CSS. My preference for that is with books, but not everyone likes them. There are many good books on HTML/CSS, including those by SitePoint, but you'l also find lots more on Amazon. It doesn't necessarily matter which you use. Perhaps read the reviews on Amazon to get a sense of which book would suit you best.
Then you can branch out to other things like design, programming, CMSes etc ... Also, study sites you really like to learn how they're done. Look at the code underneath etc. I find that really useful.