Introduction about usa

Abhishek Yadav
Abhishek YadavQuality Analyst(Six Sigma Certified) en Ripples Advisory Private Limited
Area study of USA
Presented By:
Abhishek Yada
Shall Cover
• About USA
• Map
• Flag
• Natural resources available
• Currency
• Religion
• Science and Technology
• Famous Places
• Famous cities
• Sports
• Major Imports and exports
• Indo-USA Trade relation
• Top Richest person
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Cont..
• Education system
• Famous Universities
• Visa types
• American Society and Culture
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Introduction
• 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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About USA
Capital: Washington D.C.
Population: 324,624,606
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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April 30, 1789 – March 4, 1797
First president of USA
President of USA
20 January,200905-10-2015 Abhishek 6
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Shows 13 British colonies that
Settled in America
Stars represent individual state
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Natural resources
copper
lead
Molybdenum
phosphates
Uranium
Bauxite
Gold
Iron
Mercury
Nickel
potash
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Currency
• 1 US Dollar = App. 65.13 Indian Rupee(Approx)
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Religion
• Christian 78%
• Other religious 4.7%
• Buddhist 0.7%
• Muslim 0.6%
• Hindu 0.4%
• Unaffiliated 16.1%
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Science and technology
The Wright Brothers in 1903 made the first sustained and controlled
flight.
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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Albert Einstein
Famous cities
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California
Famous as Silicon Valley
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Michigan
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.
Las Vegas
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Famous places
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Statue of Liberty, New York city
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Times Square, New York City
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Golden Gate, San Francisco
In night
In Cloud
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White House, Washington
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Sports
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Baseball Basket Ball
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American soccer or Rugby Football
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Ice Hockey Tennis
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Major Imports Of USA
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Apparel
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
(6.7%).
Footwear
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).
Furniture
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.
Cars
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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Major Exports of USA
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• Electrical Equipment
• Fabricated metal Products
• Medical Equipment, Sporting Goods & Miscellaneous
• Primary Metal
• Food
• Petroleum and Coal Products
• Computer and Electronic Products
• Machinery
• Chemicals
• Transportation Equipment
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Richest persons
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Rank Name Real Time
Forbes
400*
Age Residence Source
#1 Bill Gates $78.9 B $81 B 59 Medina, WA Microsoft
#2
Warren
Buffett
$70 B $67 B 84 Omaha, NE
Berkshire
Hathaway
#3
Larry
Ellison
$53.5 B $50 B 70
Woodside,
CA
Oracle
#4
Charles
Koch
$42.3 B $42 B 79 Wichita, KS diversified
#4 David Koch $42.3 B $42 B 74
New York,
NY
diversified
#6
Christy
Walton
$39 B $38 B 60
Jackson,
WY
Wal-Mart
#7 Jim Walton $37.6 B $36 B 67
Bentonville,
AR
Wal-Mart
#8
Mark
Zuckerberg
$36.4 B $34 B 30
Palo Alto,
CA
Facebook
#9
Alice
Walton
$36.4 B $34.9 B 65
Fort Worth,
TX
Wal-Mart
#10
Michael
Bloomberg
$36.1 B $35 B 73
New York,
NY
Bloomberg
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Indo– USA Business Relation
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 Jewellery.
 Textiles.
 organic chemicals.
 engineering goods, IT.
 agricultural products.
Export from India to US
US Export to India
 Machinery.
 precious stones and metals.
 organic chemicals.
 optical and medical instruments.
 aircraft and aviation machinery.
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Education
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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
High school
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Higher education
First level-Undergraduates
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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Top Universities of USA
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Rank Name State Cost Total
Student
Population
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
Visa Types
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For Business or tourist
B1 /B2
Work Visa
 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)
 O
sciences, arts, education, business and athletics.
 P (artists, entertainers)
 Q
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.
 F-1 Visa
Most common student visa. If your course is more then 18 hours a week.
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American Society and Culture
Diversity
Informal and Friendly
Time is Money
The Family
Dining Etiquette
• 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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Meeting and Greeting
• Greetings are casual.
• A handshake, a smile, and a 'hello' are all that is needed.
• Smile!
• Use first names, and be sure to introduce everyone to each other.
Greetings
• 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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Introduction about usa

  • 1. Area study of USA Presented By: Abhishek Yada
  • 2. Shall Cover • About USA • Map • Flag • Natural resources available • Currency • Religion • Science and Technology • Famous Places • Famous cities • Sports • Major Imports and exports • Indo-USA Trade relation • Top Richest person 05-10-2015 Abhishek 2
  • 3. Cont.. • Education system • Famous Universities • Visa types • American Society and Culture 05-10-2015 Abhishek 3
  • 4. Introduction • 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) 05-10-2015 Abhishek 4
  • 5. About USA Capital: Washington D.C. Population: 324,624,606 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. 05-10-2015 Abhishek 5
  • 6. April 30, 1789 – March 4, 1797 First president of USA President of USA 20 January,200905-10-2015 Abhishek 6
  • 8. Shows 13 British colonies that Settled in America Stars represent individual state 05-10-2015 Abhishek 8
  • 10. Currency • 1 US Dollar = App. 65.13 Indian Rupee(Approx) 05-10-2015 Abhishek 10
  • 11. Religion • Christian 78% • Other religious 4.7% • Buddhist 0.7% • Muslim 0.6% • Hindu 0.4% • Unaffiliated 16.1% Source:http://religions.pewforum.org/reports05-10-2015 Abhishek 11
  • 12. Science and technology The Wright Brothers in 1903 made the first sustained and controlled flight. 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 05-10-2015 Abhishek 12
  • 15. California Famous as Silicon Valley 05-10-2015 Abhishek 15
  • 16. Michigan 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. Las Vegas 05-10-2015 Abhishek 16
  • 18. Statue of Liberty, New York city 05-10-2015 Abhishek 18
  • 19. Times Square, New York City 05-10-2015 Abhishek 19
  • 20. Golden Gate, San Francisco In night In Cloud 05-10-2015 Abhishek 20
  • 24. American soccer or Rugby Football 05-10-2015 Abhishek 24
  • 26. Major Imports Of USA 05-10-2015 Abhishek 26
  • 27. Apparel 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 (6.7%). Footwear 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). Furniture 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. Cars 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% 05-10-2015 Abhishek 27
  • 28. Major Exports of USA 05-10-2015 Abhishek 28
  • 29. • Electrical Equipment • Fabricated metal Products • Medical Equipment, Sporting Goods & Miscellaneous • Primary Metal • Food • Petroleum and Coal Products • Computer and Electronic Products • Machinery • Chemicals • Transportation Equipment 05-10-2015 Abhishek 29
  • 31. Rank Name Real Time Forbes 400* Age Residence Source #1 Bill Gates $78.9 B $81 B 59 Medina, WA Microsoft #2 Warren Buffett $70 B $67 B 84 Omaha, NE Berkshire Hathaway #3 Larry Ellison $53.5 B $50 B 70 Woodside, CA Oracle #4 Charles Koch $42.3 B $42 B 79 Wichita, KS diversified #4 David Koch $42.3 B $42 B 74 New York, NY diversified #6 Christy Walton $39 B $38 B 60 Jackson, WY Wal-Mart #7 Jim Walton $37.6 B $36 B 67 Bentonville, AR Wal-Mart #8 Mark Zuckerberg $36.4 B $34 B 30 Palo Alto, CA Facebook #9 Alice Walton $36.4 B $34.9 B 65 Fort Worth, TX Wal-Mart #10 Michael Bloomberg $36.1 B $35 B 73 New York, NY Bloomberg LP05-10-2015 Abhishek 31
  • 32. Indo– USA Business Relation 05-10-2015 Abhishek 32
  • 33.  Jewellery.  Textiles.  organic chemicals.  engineering goods, IT.  agricultural products. Export from India to US US Export to India  Machinery.  precious stones and metals.  organic chemicals.  optical and medical instruments.  aircraft and aviation machinery. 05-10-2015 Abhishek 33
  • 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 High school 05-10-2015 Abhishek 35
  • 36. Higher education First level-Undergraduates 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. 05-10-2015 Abhishek 36
  • 37. Top Universities of USA 05-10-2015 Abhishek 37
  • 38. Rank Name State Cost Total Student Population 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 B1 /B2 Work Visa  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)  O sciences, arts, education, business and athletics.  P (artists, entertainers)  Q 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.  F-1 Visa Most common student visa. If your course is more then 18 hours a week. 05-10-2015 Abhishek 40
  • 41. American Society and Culture Diversity Informal and Friendly Time is Money The Family Dining Etiquette • 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. 05-10-2015 Abhishek 41
  • 42. Meeting and Greeting • Greetings are casual. • A handshake, a smile, and a 'hello' are all that is needed. • Smile! • Use first names, and be sure to introduce everyone to each other. Greetings • 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. 05-10-2015 Abhishek 42