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Shorthand Stenography Online Course Chapter 4 “Stenographer, His Techniques and Equipment Qualities of a Successful Stenographer. ”

Stenographer, His Techniques and Equipment Qualities of a Successful Stenographer.  During the course of his official duties, a Stenographer may have to take dictation, receive telephone calls and visitors, fix appointments for his officer, maintain diary of engagements, meetings and reminders to be sent, keep a note of movement of files, and generally assist his officer in such matters as the latter may direct. He may also dispose of such work...
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Shorthand Stenography Online Course Chapter 3 “Importance of Shorthand”

Importance of Shorthand When shorthand was invented in the 4th Century B.C. it was used only for verbatim reporting of speeches. Its use was later extended to write communications. It shows that the usefulness of shorthand has been recognised by all in every part of the world. Shorthand has received greater importance because of the following factors:- (i) Shorthand writing is faster than longhand writing (ii) It provides jobs to a...
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Shorthand Stenography Online Course Chapter 2 “What is Stenography ?”, ” Pitman’s system of Shorthand”

What is Stenography ? The term ‘Stenography’ is composed of two words ‘steno’ and ‘graphy’. ‘Steno’ means narrow, ‘graphy’ means to write. So, Stenography means the art or any method of writing very quickly. Stenography was later known as Shorthand. Shorthand has been described by Sir Isaac Pitman as ‘the art of representing spoken sounds in shorthand characters (written signs)’. Shorthand provides a way of representing every sound heard in English...
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Shorthand Dictation 100 Words per minute, “Regional Language Speech”Test 5 Minutes Audio Dictation, Shorthand Outline and Text Matter 20

Play Audio   Madam vice – Chairman, I am extremely sorry that last time when this Bill was discussed, / unfortunately I was not here. However, I have gone through the speeches which hon. Members // had made on that day including the intervention of the  Minister. The Home Minister’s intervention was /// highly disappointing. Now, Madam, I wish to deal with some of the points that have (1) been made...
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Shorthand Dictation 80 Words per minute, “Virtual Bill”Test 5 Minutes Audio Dictation, Shorthand Outline and Text Matter 23

Play Audio   Sir, it is admitted by all sections of this House and the other House as/ a very important Bill and, ordinarily, a law of this sort would receive appreciations at // least from this section of the House. But after looking through the provisions of this /// Bill and also going through the proceedings and also witnessing the hon. Minister’s speech who piloted (1) the Bill in the...
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Shorthand Dictation 80 Words per minute, “Virtual Bill”Test 5 Minutes Audio Dictation, Shorthand Outline and Text Matter 22

Play Audio Sir, the hon. Minister in charge of the Bill has made it quite clear that / this Bill is virtually an integration of two other enactments that existed before. There has // not been any basic departure from the policy laid down by his predecessors and as /// such this Bill can not offer any substantial remedy. Now the tea industry is a (1) very important industry from whatever...
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