Poverty of any kind causes several deprivations among masses. The youth of Pakistan which constitutes almost 65% of total population, demonstrates the maximum effects of these deprivations. The purpose of this study was to check the nature and extents of specific deprivations of extremely poor segments of youth studying in madaris. Also to gain insight of social, economic and academic backgrounds and attitudes of young adults was a target of this research work. Unfortunately the youth is suffering from multitude problems which not only hinder the individual life but also effects the collective mode of prosperity. There are numerous factors contributing to this situation. Every year ?YOUTH DAY? is celebrated on 12th of august. According to the statistics of ministry of Men Power & Youth Affairs of Pakistan, at present we have almost 11million youngsters between the ages of 14-29 years. In which 13.3% are unemployed with ratio of 12.7%, meanwhile the unofficial results claim it as 35% population between the ages of 15-22years with 28% ratio of unemployment. The sample of this study was consisted of 200 respondents including equal proportions of gender and rural/urban backgrounds.