We owe a great many thanks to my group members who helped and supported me during the writing of this report. My deepest thanks to Lecturer,[MS NADIA AYUB] for guiding and correcting various documents of ours with attention and care. We express our thanks to all the participants who participated and make us complete our report. I also extend my heartfelt thanks to my well wishers who has taken pain to go through the project and make necessary correction as and when needed.
Frustration always leads to downfall and deviation, because it wastes precious thinking ability and attention, which otherwise would have used else in constructive and/or creative work. The academic environment continues to grow more and more competitive with each passing semester, and the skills that are necessary for students to successfully complete their chosen programs of study grow along with it. Students are now expected to complete longer, more detailed reports than ever before. As well as we go around the streets, we find people arguing and fighting with others. That shows frustration in them which is mostly created by our current country situation and economic instability, as well as the financial positions of our people. Our inflation rate is increasing day by day which makes people frustrated. That clearly shows our aim of the topic. The frustrations are of 2 types 1) Internal
The main hypothesis we concluded is that people in Pakistan, especially our youth has developed a psyche to transfer their burden on others and criticize others. Through our questionnaire we have concluded that our youth need to be groomed for hard work and be focused on there on tasks as well as avoid conflicts and should have positive attitudes with each other. We members, SHEHARYAR NASEEM, SHOAIB RASHID, SAAD RASHID, ASHFAQ SOLANGI, has done research through questionnaire and came up to the above findings and results.