- India: Follows a 10+2+3 structure, comprising 10 years of primary and secondary education, followed by 2 years of higher secondary, and then 3 years of undergraduate education. - US: Follows a K-12 system, with 12 years of primary and secondary education, followed by higher education typically spanning 4 years for a bachelor's degree.


- India: Emphasizes rote learning and academic performance in examinations. - US: Emphasizes critical thinking, creativity, and holistic development.


- India: Curriculum is largely standardized across the country with a focus on science, mathematics, and languages. - US: Curriculum varies significantly between states and districts, with a broader range of subjects and electives available.


- India: Examinations, particularly board exams, play a significant role in assessing student performance. - US: Assessment includes a mix of tests, projects, presentations, and continuous evaluation, with standardized tests such as SAT and ACT for college admissions.


- India: Admission to colleges is primarily based on academic performance in standardized tests and entrance exams. - US: Admission is based on a holistic review of factors including academics, extracurricular activities, essays, and recommendation letters.

Higher Education 

- India: Public education is more affordable, with many government-run schools and colleges. - US: Higher education can be expensive, with tuition fees and associated costs often requiring student loans or financial aid.


- India: Education system reflects the country's diverse culture, languages, and regional variations. - US: Education system accommodates a diverse population, with efforts towards inclusivity and equal opportunities for all students.