Shorthand Stenographer Diploma Course

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Shorthand Stenographer Diploma Course in Rawalpindi Kohat Karak,professional diploma course in rawalpindi icte, INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION COURSES IN RAWALPINDI,shorthand typing Diploma Course in Rawalpindi Islamabad Taxila Pakistan Dubai,admission open for boys and girls new session start on 27 february 2020 Office # 27,  Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza (Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,ICTE is a symbol of quality and excellence. Our experienced instructors, state of the art infrastructure and best students facilities, provide an excellent college environment,Shorthand is an abbreviated symbolic writing method that increases speed and brevity of writing as compared to longhand, a more common method of writing a language.Many journalists use shorthand writing to quickly take notes at press conferences or other similar scenarios.That is when I decided to develop my own modernized and easy to learn shorthand method. Gregg is the most common type of shorthand and is the scrolling type most people recognize as shorthand. This method is difficult to learn and very hard to read.Shorthand means writing by hand using various symbols to write quickly. And typing is to use typewriter or keyboard to write full sentences. In those days, a typing speed of anywhere from 35 to 45 words per minute (corrected) would be considered basic minimum.A good typist would be around 50-60 words per minute.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.Many forms of shorthand exist. A typical shorthand system provides symbols or abbreviations for words and common phrases, which can allow someone well-trained in the system to write as quickly as people speak. Abbreviation methods are alphabet-based and use different abbreviating approaches. Many journalists use shorthand writing to quickly take notes at press conferences or other similar scenarios. In the computerized world, several autocomplete programs, standalone or integrated in text editors, based on word lists, also include a shorthand function for frequently used phrases.Shorthand was used more widely in the past, before the invention of recording and dictation machines. Shorthand was considered an essential part of secretarial training and police work and was useful for journalists. Although the primary use of shorthand has been to record oral dictation or discourse, some systems are used for compact expression. For example, healthcare professionals may use shorthand notes in medical charts and correspondence. Shorthand notes are typically temporary, intended either for immediate use or for later typing.

Shorthand Course Content:

Introducing Teeline

The Teeline alphabet

Joining letters

Removal of unnecessary letters

Position of writing


Write shorthand using correct techniques


Straight downstrokes; second-place dot vowels

Curved strokes; second-place dash vowels

Horizontal strokes; upward strokes

First-place vowels

Third-place Vowels

S Circle; downward L

Stroke R

Diphthongs, triphones, and Diaphones

Consonant H



R hook

N hook

WH, abbreviated W, WL, WHL and medial W

L hook

F/V hook

SHUN hook; upward SH

sHUN hook; upward SH


Prefixes, suffixes and word endings