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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 democratic republic where a president of India is the head of state and armed forces, while the prime minister is the head of government. Decentralization of power makes a decision process fast as areas where decisions required are different. In India, more than one party can make a union and form government such cases lead to situations which slow down the government and keep them from making bold decisions. The US is an undisputed leader and economic powerhouse, while India is fast growing and in a race to become a super power. The major striking difference between the US and India is how both countries have taken different routes for choosing a public sector and a private sector. After independence India took the public sector route, where government has to invest in a lot of areas, including banking, railways, and textiles, to name a few. However; the US has put more emphasis on privatization. Almost all industries in the US are privatized. Privatization of industries gives birth to innovation... ... middle of paper ... ...to fear of failure and competition in the class. In the US extracurricular activities such as music, art etc. have equal credit contrast to Indian education system. In India student and teacher relationship is based on obedience and acceptance, while in the US relationship between teacher and student are positive and friendly. In India, parents financially support their kids for higher education, whereas in the US percentage is low for supporting higher education. To sum up, there are clear differences between the US and India in terms of their general stability and education. There exist a lot of differences in both countries’ financial, social and education systems. Although, both countries enjoy freedom of speech, right to vote, and taste of different flavors of democracy, the ideology of industrialist, people and the government has staggering differences.

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