The late frequencies of school going youngsters submitting suicide, dreading terrible stamps or fizzling in an exam had me considering the time when I was an understudy. The weight both amongst associates and family to be a top positioning understudy was strong to the point that it could make the strongest individual disintegrate. I have a place with an era where the weight to surpass was colossal, and today it appears that same weight has just amplified. The conviction that on the off chance that you don't score amongst the main 10 in your class, you are bad enough for society, is gradually however relentlessly dissolving our childhood. The one track conviction that being a specialist or an architect is the best way to get to the top is bringing about a constantly developing number of unsatisfied grown-ups, stuck in their deadlock employments and continually miserable for whatever is left of their lives.