Shorthand Stenographer Typing Course in Jhelum Sargodha, Shorthand Stenographer Typing Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad Pakistan , Professional Shorthand Stenographer Typing Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad Pakistan , Stenography comprises skills in Shorthand, Transcription and Typewriting. It is indispensible in business, profession, vocation and administration-wherever it is desirable to have a quick and verbatim record of the spoken words.The study of phonography trains the mind to exact thinking, to precision of expression, to energy of attention, to the habit of seeking in its proper place the principle according to which a word is written. While the study of phonography trains for practical ends, by the employment of the very same mental processes required to accomplish the work in other secondary school courses, it trains for life. The teaching of phonography conforms with the highest doctrine in pedagogy that theory should not be separated from practice. Shorthand writers are employed on the various posts such as Stenographers, Personal Assistants (PAs), Senior Personal Assistants (SPAs). Private Secretaries (PSs), Reporters in State Legislatures and in both the Houses of Parliament, and Press Reporters all over the world. Shorthand knowing persons are employed in large numbers and this subject has been recognized in every part of the world.Isaac Pitman published his ‘Stenographic Sound-Hand’ in 1837. He classified all the sounds in English and arranged his method of writing accordingly. Pitman characters have simple geometric forms, and the curves are parts of a true circle. Some letters are written with a light stroke, some with a heavy (shaded) stroke. The light and shaded strokes of the same form usually represent closely related sounds. Thus the symbol for P is a light stroke and B, written with the same slant, is heavy. Some consonants can be written in more than one way. Thus for blended consonants, such as PL and TR, the L and R are indicated by hooks. Shortening a stroke by half adds T or D.Single vowels are indicated by dots or dashes, and diphthongs (vowel combinations, such as ae) by small angles. These vowel signs are not written into the word outline but are placed close to the stroke. In rapid writing they are omitted except when needed for ease in reading an unusual word. The first vowel in a word, however, is always indicated by position writing—placing the stroke of the first consonant above, on, or through the line of writing. For this reason, Pitman should be written on ruled paper.
Shorthand Professional Course Contents:
The Teeline alphabet
Removal of unnecessary letters
Position of writing
Write shorthand using correct techniques
Read and write shorthand notes
Write shorthand at optimum speed (minimum 60 wpm) with minimum 98% accuracy
Produce transcripts of shorthand notes.