Shorthand Course in Rawalpindi

sential skill for those who want to become secretaries, typists, stenographers, legal secretaries, journalists and other professions that require rapid writing. The importance of shorthand was demonstrated when it was used as the main language of discussion at the Nuremberg Trials following World War II . The modern history of shorthand goes back to 17th century England with Sir Isaac Pitman’s system of phonography. The idea behind phonography was that it would allow people to take notes more quickly than longhand could allow. This course teaches the art of short-hand writing. The speed of writing is increased when the letters are joined together to form words, and so it is useful for taking down speeches. Shorthand Course in Rawalpindi

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% accurate

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