I remained in NUCES (National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences) for two years. I had taken admission in 2002 and was scheduled to complete my degree in 2006, but I quit in 2004. Science started giving me burnouts and I opted social sciences. I did not have any temperament for studying computer science. I had let myself sway with the computer science craze that was facing the nation back then. The craze was so overpowering that I even ignored a golden advice by a bureaucrat relative. He had said that I should do something else instead of wasting four years and money in computer science.