2. Shall Cover
• About USA
• Natural resources available
• Science and Technology
• Famous Places
• Famous cities
• Major Imports and exports
• Indo-USA Trade relation
• Top Richest person
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• USA Located in the northern part of America continent.
• It has 50 state and one district.
• The country bordered with Mexico from south and Canada on north.
• Independence day:4th July 1776
• USA is free country. Every religion is accepted, and people are freely
to choose to have religion or not.
• GDP per capita 53,041.98 USD(2013)
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5. About USA
Capital: Washington D.C.
Area: 3,794,100 square miles (9,826,675 sq. km)
Bordering Countries: Canada and Mexico
Coastline: 12,380 miles (19,924 km)
Highest Point: Denali (also called Mount McKinley) at 20,335 feet (6,198 m)
Lowest Point: Death Valley at -282 feet (-86 m)
Language: Does not have an official Language
USA –Third Largest in population & land Area
World’s largest economy.
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6. April 30, 1789 – March 4, 1797
First president of USA
President of USA
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• 1 US Dollar = App. 65.13 Indian Rupee(Approx)
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• Christian 78%
• Other religious 4.7%
• Buddhist 0.7%
• Muslim 0.6%
• Hindu 0.4%
• Unaffiliated 16.1%
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12. Science and technology
The Wright Brothers in 1903 made the first sustained and controlled
Nicola tesla pioneered Alternating current , AC motor, and radio
Thomas Edison’s the first long lasting light bulb.
Alexander graham bell in 1986
• Neil Armstrong, July 20, 1969
• Albert Einstein
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Famous as Detroit
Detroit is known as the car capital of the world.
The Packard Motor Car Company in Detroit manufactured the first air-conditioned car in 1939.
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China is the main source of US apparel imports, producing 36.49% of clothing shipped to the US
for sale. Others are they are Vietnam (producing 9.4%), Indonesia (7.2%), and Bangladesh
China makes 84.95% of footwear imported to the US. Vietnam, Indonesia and Mexico trail far
behind with 6.46%, 3.03%, and 0.88% respectively.
Kitchen and Household Appliances
China produces 49% of the appliances imported to the US. Mexico is next with 25%, followed by
South Korea and Canada (9% and 4% respectively).
Again, China is in the lead, producing 58% of the furniture imported to the US. Vietnam (8%),
Canada (7%), and Mexico (5%) hold the next 3 spots.
Canada, where 31% of cars imported to the US are made. Japan supplies 24% of US auto
imports, then Germany with 16%, and Mexico with 12%
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31. Rank Name Real Time
Age Residence Source
#1 Bill Gates $78.9 B $81 B 59 Medina, WA Microsoft
$70 B $67 B 84 Omaha, NE
$53.5 B $50 B 70
$42.3 B $42 B 79 Wichita, KS diversified
#4 David Koch $42.3 B $42 B 74
$39 B $38 B 60
#7 Jim Walton $37.6 B $36 B 67
$36.4 B $34 B 30
$36.4 B $34.9 B 65
$36.1 B $35 B 73
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engineering goods, IT.
Export from India to US
US Export to India
precious stones and metals.
optical and medical instruments.
aircraft and aviation machinery.
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35. Early education system
• American students attend primary and secondary school for a
combined total of 12 years. These years are referred to as the first
through twelfth grades.
• Around 6 children begin school which is elementary school. After five or
six year they attend then they go onto secondary school.
• Secondary school consist two programme-Middle or junior high school
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36. Higher education
literature, science, the social sciences, the arts, history.
A very unique characteristic of the American higher education system is that you can change your
major multiple times if you choose.
Second level-Maters degree
This degree is usually mandatory for higher-level positions in library science, engineering, behavioral
health and education.
To gain admission, you will need to take the GRE.
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38. Rank Name State Cost Total
1 Williams College Massachusetts $61,850 2,124
2 Stanford University California $60,749 18,519
3 Swarthmore College Pennsylvania $60,671 1,552
4 Princeton University New Jersey $55,832 7,975
5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts $59,020 11,189
6 Yale University Connecticut $61,620 11,906
7 Harvard University Massachusetts $59,950 28,147
8 Pomona College California $59,730 1,607
9 United States Military Academy New York N/A 4,592
10 Amherst College Massachusetts $61,544 1,817
11 Haverford College Pennsylvania $61,898 1,20505-10-2015 Abhishek 38
40. For Business or tourist
H-1B (specialty occupation)
An H-1B visa is required if you are coming to the United States to perform services in a pre-arranged
professional job. To qualify, you must hold a bachelor's or higher degree
H-2A (seasonal agricultural workers)
H-2B visa (skilled and unskilled workers)
sciences, arts, education, business and athletics.
P (artists, entertainers)
A Q visa is required if you are traveling to the United States to participate in an international cultural
exchange program for the purpose of providing practical training, employment.
Most common student visa. If your course is more then 18 hours a week.
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41. American Society and Culture
Informal and Friendly
Time is Money
• Americans socialise in their homes and ‘backyards’, in restaurants and in other public places.
• It's not at all unusual for social events to be as casual as a backyard barbecue or a picnic in the park.
• Arrive on time if invited for dinner; no more than 10 minutes later than invited to a small gathering. If it is
a large party, it is acceptable to arrive up to 30 minutes later than invited.
• Table manners are more relaxed in the U.S. than in many other countries.
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42. Meeting and Greeting
• Greetings are casual.
• A handshake, a smile, and a 'hello' are all that is needed.
• Use first names, and be sure to introduce everyone to each other.
• The hand shake is the common greeting.
• Handshakes are firm, brief and confident.
• Maintain eye contact during the greeting.
• In most situations, you can begin calling people by their first names.
• Most people will insist that you call them by their nickname, if they have one.
• Business cards are exchanged without formal ritual.
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