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Professional Shorthand Typing Course in Attock Chakwal

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₨7,500

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Location: Attock City
Price: ₨7,500

Professional Shorthand Typing Course in Attock Chakwal, Professional Shorthand Typing Course in Rawalpindi Pakistan, ICTE Offered Professional Shorthand Typing Course in Rawalpindi Pakistan , Shorthand Learning Professional Shorthand Typing Course in Rawalpindi Pakistan , Advance Professional Shorthand Typing Course in Rawalpindi Pakistan , Qualified Trainer Professional Shorthand Typing Course in Rawalpindi Pakistan , Admission open for boys and girls and queries call ,

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION Pakistan No.1 IT Training, Technical, Management and Safety Officer Institute, For More Information Visit Our Website Certification acceptable in Government job and Worldwide UK USA KSA UAE Canada Dubai Muscat Oman Bahrain Kuwait Qatar Saudia Japan China, Most traditional shorthand systems use a phonetic representation of a word as opposed to the way it is spelled. English spelling has 50 speech sounds and 26 letters to represent them.Here are the issues you will face learning symbol-based shorthand. First, all shorthand systems based on assigning a unique outline to a specific word and require a very considerable time to memorize tens of thousands of outlines. Second, a large number of shorthand outlines demands constant practice on a daily basis to remember all memorized symbols including the ones you haven't used but you might use them in the future. Third, depending on the form and thickness of symbols it might translate to different meaning and transcription often represents a problem. Fourth, symbol-based shorthand systems cannot be used with a computer.To make up for the missing symbols, several letters are often combined to represent a sound. This wouldn't be so difficult if a consistency could be established. For instance, the "sh" sound can be spelled in many different ways: facial, sure, she, pension, issue, commission, station.The vowel letters can be spelled in various ways. The "oo" sound has many different spellings: dune, juicy, clue, troupe, fruit, through, maneuver, wooed, troops, ooze, new, rheumatism, prove, cruise, toe, two, spoon, to. If all English words are counted, there are 28 different spellings for each sound, or over 1,100 ways to spell 40 sounds.

Writing phonetically reduces the number of symbols per word but requires a very long time to learn tens of thousands of outlines. In addition, phonetically-based shorthand can be only read by the person who wrote the symbols and information exchange cannot be done easily.Gregg shorthand was created by John Robert Gregg in 1888 and is based on writing the sounds of words using cursive lines, curves and loops. Gregg shorthand outlines have forward slope and forms similar to cursive handwriting. The Gregg alphabet is based on the oval with size variations designating different sets of related sounds. Connected hooks and circles represent the vowels. Vowels and consonants are written together in pairs to be continuous and are represented by short and long strokes. A significant drawback is that short and long outlines designate different letters, which may cause confusion if the size is incorrectly written. In addition, each vowel symbol can represent several possible vowel sounds which increases system's difficulty.Reviewing Gregg Shorthand Dictionary emphasizes the inherent ambiguities of the system and the amount of time required to memorize tens of thousands of outlines. Gregg Shorthand is highly cursive and it is not easily readable. Gregg Shorthand abbreviations must be immediately translated and a considerable effort would be required if transcription is not done right away.

Meaning and Importance

Techniques of Note Taking

Sitting Posture

Essentials of a good stenographer

Meaning of Consonants

Classification of Consonants

Length of Strokes

Pairs of Consonants

Types of Strokes

Formation of Consonants

Joining of Strokes

Meaning

Places of a Vowels

Intervening Vowels

Diphthongs and Triphones

Grammalogues and Punctuation Signs

Hook to straight strokes and curved strokes

Attachment of circle ‘S’ with double consonants (Straight Strokes) and curved strokes

Attachment of Circle in the middle

The Shun Hook

Shun following circle ‘S’ and ‘NS’

Use of Shun Hook in Phraseography

 

Professional Shorthand Typing Course in Attock Chakwal


 
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