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Shorthand Professional Course in Islamabad

Shorthand systems based on the NEW ERA EDITION of SIR ISAAC PITMAN's SYSTEM OF SHORTHAND and guide you through the practice at your convenience. The Pitman system is a unique phonetic alphabet and diacritical marks have to be added alongside anslate to different meaning and transcription often represents a problem. Fourth, symbol-based shorthand systems cannot be used with a computer. This course is designed to the lines to indicate vowels increasing the system's complexity. Practicing and building up speed is difficult because Pitman system has a large number of rules and short-forms. It can be compared to mastering of a foreign language when you learn to read and write. Inspire Institute of Technologies Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd is affiliated with RCCI, SECP, SDA, TTB, TTPC, SDC & PSSC Government.

Shorthand Professional Course Contents:

  1. Introducing Teeline 
  2. The Teeline alphabet
  3. Joining letters
  4. Removal of unnecessary letters
  5. Position of writing
  6. Punctuation
  7. Write shorthand using correct techniques
  8. Read and write shorthand notes
  9. Write shorthand at optimum speed (minimum 60 wpm) with minimum 98% accuracy
Produce transcripts of shorthand notes