India and the US are democratic countries; however, India is a developing country, while the US is

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India and the US are democratic countries; however, India is a developing country, while the US is a developed country. Both countries’ have different geography, ethnic makeup, culture, history and life style. The differences between the US and India are clear. India and the US are facing different challenges to ensure political, economic and social stability. The US is a federal constitutional republic where the president of the US is a head of state and government, which makes him a very powerful person. Centralization of power at such a higher position makes a decision process very uniform and at the same time the decision process gets slower because one person has to take lots of decisions. India is a federal parliamentary…show more content…
Recent study suggests a changed pattern in India's GDP for these two major industries therefore the agriculture share is becoming less and industrial share is growing in GDP annually, which increased at 9.3%* rate in year 2010-11 which is a clear sign of India’s fast growing economy. The US and India have a higher contrast in terms of the type of family and social culture that impacts society at large. In India, family values are of great importance which is a norm of an extended family, whereas in the US privacy is of great value which is a norm of a nuclear family. The extended family plays an important role when the decisions require broad experience to maintain the psychological health of children. The US is facing social challenges such as homicide, premature delivery, young age abortion and divorce, while India is facing challenges such as malnutrition, poverty and illiteracy. India needs to make women’s rights stronger, while the US needs to stop abusing these rights. Although both India and the US offer a good education, the way of accomplishing this goal is different. In the US the curriculum of a subject is outlined by the professor teaching a subject, while in India the University is organizing a syllabus for a subject. In India student’s performance is evaluated by external examiners who can ask any
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