Accounting is the science concerned to identify record, analyze, summarize and communicate regularly economic or static data that occur in any institution, organization, company in order to know the economic situation. Different branches of Accounting deals with various business transactions, financial statements, gathering and communication
Anthropology is the branch of science that deals with the study of human beings, their culture, their behavior, their beliefs, their thought and their ways of surviving. It was studied in part history, part literature, part natural science, part social science; Anthropology is also known as the study of mankind.
Biology is the science of life. It is the science of life forms and living processes. Biological knowledge was ancillary to knowledge of human body and its function. It is also been the basis of medical practice. There are different areas of biological sciences, and these biological knowledge developed independent of human application.
Chemical Engineering is the study and practice of transforming substances at large scales for the tangible improvement of the human condition. Such transformations are executed to produce other useful substances or energy, and lie at the heart of vast segments of the chemical, petroleum, pharmaceutical and electronic industries.
Chemistry is a branch of science that studies the composition, properties, and interaction of matter. It is the science of atoms and molecules as the basic constituents of matter are nothing but atoms and molecules. Chemistry is the science of molecules and their transformations.
MATLAB is the high-level, multi-paradigm numerical computing environment and fourth generation programming language. MATLAB used by millions of engineers and scientists worldwide. MATLAB is supported on UNIX, Macintosh, and Windows environments.
Physics is the branch of science that deals with matter, energy, motion, force, and its nature and properties. Physics is concerned with all aspects of nature on both the macroscopic and submicroscopic levels. Physics includes mechanics, heat, light and other radiation, sound, electricity, magnetism, thermodynamics and the structure of atoms.