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Answered on 07 Apr Vocational Training/Tailoring

I want to learn tailoring home basic.

Gayathri

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Summer #Aari #Embroidery Classes Class Starts @ April 15th Alwarthirunagar,Chennai-87 For About the Course We "Gayu Fashions" Conduct Professional Aari Embroidery Training. Please visit "Gayu Fashions" in FB for more details. Details: Duration: 10 to 15 classes Aari Basic course - Rs.3,500 with materials.... read more

Summer #Aari #Embroidery Classes Class Starts @ April 15th Alwarthirunagar,Chennai-87 For 

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We "Gayu Fashions" Conduct Professional Aari Embroidery Training. Please visit "Gayu Fashions" in FB for more details. Details: Duration: 10 to 15 classes Aari Basic course - Rs.3,500 with materials. Aari Advance course - Rs.4,000 with materials Timings: mon to Sat - 11.00 am to 1 pm . Topics Covered Basic course Aari Class covers 15 types of thread work Chamiki, Bead, Sequence, Khardhana, Stone Work, Sugar Bead etc., Advance course: Embossed thread work, Zardosi Work(25 types), Embosed Zardosi Work, Cut Work, Patch Work, Mirror Work. + Cot Fixing Classes taken with Individual attention. Gayu Fashions blogspot in Who should attend Anyone who has a passion towards designing and embroidery. Age limit : 15 to 60 years Pre-requisites Nothing. What you need to bring Nothing. Key Takeaways Aari Frame, Cloth, Needles, Threads, Chammikki, Beeds. Refer your friends and get 50% Discount on course fee...

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Lesson Posted on 09 Mar Vocational Training/Mobile Repairing

How To Speed Up Your Smartphone?

Avijit Chaudhury

Mobile phones and mobile phone repairing is one of the most crucial tasks in today's date. Problems can...

How to speed up your smartphone? “There are several steps a user can take to speed up a smartphone…” 1. Update the firmware(From A3 Mobile Service Center) which fixes some bugs and improves smartphone performance.2. Back-up all your important data and then reset your smartphone.3.... read more

How to speed up your smartphone?

“There are several steps a user can take to speed up a smartphone…”


1. Update the firmware(From A3 Mobile Service Center) which fixes some bugs and improves smartphone performance.

2. Back-up all your important data and then reset your smartphone.

3. Check internal memory and move your media to external one.

4. Go to Google applications and delete those apps which you are not using and even won’t ever use.

5. Delete App cache of those which you are using and will continue.

6. Disable apps which you are not using so they won’t run in the background (again from App manager).

7. Disable animations from settings.

8. Disable lock screen animation.

9. Restart your smartphone.

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Asked on 08/11/2017 Vocational Training/Shorthand

Which is the best institute for shorthand in Jaipur?

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Answered on 14/09/2017 Vocational Training/Typing

What are the online resources for professional typing course?

Rekha J.

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Pranav, you can search the web for a an app, or the best thing would be to practice on your computer keyboard which is pretty much similar to the type writer keys. All you have to do is practice on the qwerty key board. Start from. The middle line, ie., asdf on the left hand each fingers for each letters... read more
Pranav, you can search the web for a an app, or the best thing would be to practice on your computer keyboard which is pretty much similar to the type writer keys. All you have to do is practice on the qwerty key board. Start from. The middle line, ie., asdf on the left hand each fingers for each letters and jkl; ok your right hand, practice this and then move on to the other lines. You should be able to type 30 - 45 words per minute as you gain speed. read less
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Answered on 24/08/2017 Vocational Training/Shorthand

Which is the best institute for learning shorthand in Hyderabad?

Renuka S.

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it is best to get training through a tutor on one to one basis. you can learn clearly as well as quickly.All your doubts are cleared by the tutor then and there that helps to improve writing learning practicing more fast than other type of getting training. I am taking online shorthand training classes... read more
it is best to get training through a tutor on one to one basis. you can learn clearly as well as quickly.All your doubts are cleared by the tutor then and there that helps to improve writing learning practicing more fast than other type of getting training. I am taking online shorthand training classes and if you are interested you can contact me. read less
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Lesson Posted on 02/08/2017 Vocational Training/Shorthand

BASIC PITMAN SHORTHAND COURSE FOR BEGINNERS

Renuka S.

I have been writing contents in websites for 12 years as freelancer. I have taken spoken English classes...

What is shorthand? (a small write up /introduction to students joining in the beginners shorthand class) It is an art which is used to write words in short forms using strokes and curves. There are many systems prevailing in the world. However Pitman system is considered the simplest and pioneer... read more

What is shorthand?

 

(a small write up /introduction to students joining in the beginners shorthand class)

 

It is an art which is used to write words in short forms using strokes and curves. There are many systems prevailing in the world. However Pitman system is considered the simplest and pioneer of all systems. In shorthand, the words are written based on the spoken sound of the particular word. So the listening to the sound of the words is important than the letters of a word to write the words fast.

 

At the beginning, concentrate only in deep and constant practice than trying to write fast.

Once you are familiar with the principles to some extent, on completion of initial twenty five lessons, you would come to know how the principles are helping to get accurate and legible outline for each word.

 

After completing fifty exercises, you can proceed further exercises, besides, copying, translating pitman transcription and learning new principles in further lessons. Once you complete hundred twenty five lessons, you are able to achieve writing eighty words   per minute in shorthand.

 

Why we need shorthand to write English words?

 

From the early stage of education English writing becomes part of the day to day routine of every student. After completion of  school studies, necessity of writing English develops to higher level  which makes the student heavily strained and weakens his/physic as well mind.

 

Shorthand learning and writing words through shorthand makes easy and simple besides it reduces the entire strain of writing. Further it helps the user to keep the words confidential to him /her. In addition she becomes the master of an art which is beautiful, useful and most confidential to the writer.

 

 

By learning this wonderful art you are getting plenty of benefits besides developing your English knowledge.

 

 

Any one can learn shorthand at any stage; particularly it is better if they start learning at their early adolescent age.

 

Come and join in the Pitman shorthand course and enjoy the benefits for ever.

 

By

 

Mrs Renuka Sundaram.

 

 

 A brief description of pitman shorthand system. and the difference between language and pitman system.

 

1.a.As there are twenty six alphabets in English language, there are twenty six strokes in  shorthand which are written by straight and curved strokes.

b.The strokes are called consonants. Each consonant has its own value in writing  words. There are no vowels in pitman system as in the language. However, there are vowel sounds which are expressed  by way of light and heavy dashes and dots according the sound. These dots and dashes are called vowel signs which are important to read the word in that outline.

 

  1. The strokes are written lightly or heavily based on the sound of the words.

Each stroke has its own unique value. Light strokes are written lightly and heavy strokes are heavily to differentiate the heavy and light sounds.

 

  1. In pitman shorthand there are totally 12 vowel sounds expressed by small dots and dashes.

 

  1. There are six long vowel sounds and long short vowel sounds.

 

  1. For long vowel sounds, heavy dots and dashes are used.

 

(Remember the sentence “Pa may we all go too”) for six long vowels.

 

All the  above six long vowel sounds are defined as under:

 

 

1.Pa  -in this word, the sound is heard as in the words of  Park, mark, bark etc. This is a long vowel sound.

 

2.may – in this word, the sound is heard as in the words  Pay,  ache, cake, bake, rate, dame etc.,  that means ae  or   ay  is long vowel sound.

 

3.we – in this word, the sound is heard as in the words tea, sea, fee etc.,

 

T he above three vowels in the first half of the sentence are expressed in pitman shorthand by heavy dots placed either before or after the strokes depending upon the vowel sound heard in the word.

 

As there are three long vowel sounds, there are three places to a stroke to place the vowel sign nearby to the stroke. (the places of vowel sign to the strokes will be explained later after familiarizing with all the twenty six strokes.)

 

The long vowel sounds in the second half of the specimen sentence.

 

  1. All – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words Paul, auditor etc.,

 

  1. go – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words, road, pow, pour, tole, door, etc.,

 

6.too – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words, shoe, route, cool, mood, etc.,

 

These three long vowel sounds are expressed by a small heavy dash to the stroke on their relevant places according to the vowel sound of the word.

 

The long short vowel sounds.

 

Remember the sentence “ that pen is not much good”

 

Definition for the vowel sounds of the words in the above sentence.

 

1.that – in this word the vowel sound is as heard in the words mad, dam, pad, tap, etc.,

This is a light sounded vowel.

 

2.pen – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words  bed,ten,net,belt,sent, beg etc.,  this is a light sounded vowel.

 

3.is – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words pig, rip, pin, nil, sip etc.,

     It is a  light sounded vowel.

 

The above three light sounded vowels are expressed by small light dots placed next to the responding strokes.

 

4.not – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words  pot, dot, rod, sock,rock etc.,

 

5.much – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words like rum, bug, gun, lust, one, etc., it is a light sounded vowel.

 

6.good – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words like food, look,foot,rook etc this is a light sounded vowel.

 

 

The above three short vowels are expressed by light dashes next to the corresponding strokes.

As there are three short vowel sounds, there are three places to a stroke to place the vowel sign nearby to the stroke. (the places of vowel sign to the strokes will be explained later after familiarizing with all the twenty six strokes.)

 

Note: the vowels are most important in writing the pitman shorthand. But the strokes are to be well practiced before learning the vowels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is shorthand?

 

(a small write up /introduction to students joining in the beginners shorthand class)

 

It is an art which is used to write words in short forms using strokes and curves. There are many systems prevailing in the world. However Pitman system is considered the simplest and pioneer of all systems. In shorthand, the words are written based on the spoken sound of the particular word. So the listening to the sound of the words is important than the letters of a word to write the words fast.

 

At the beginning, concentrate only in deep and constant practice than trying to write fast.

Once you are familiar with the principles to some extent, on completion of initial twenty five lessons, you would come to know how the principles are helping to get accurate and legible outline for each word.

 

After completing fifty exercises, you can proceed further exercises, besides, copying, translating pitman transcription and learning new principles in further lessons. Once you complete hundred twenty five lessons, you are able to achieve writing eighty words   per minute in shorthand.

 

Why we need shorthand to write English words?

 

From the early stage of education English writing becomes part of the day to day routine of every student. After completion of  school studies, necessity of writing English develops to higher level  which makes the student heavily strained and weakens his/physic as well mind.

 

Shorthand learning and writing words through shorthand makes easy and simple besides it reduces the entire strain of writing. Further it helps the user to keep the words confidential to him /her. In addition she becomes the master of an art which is beautiful, useful and most confidential to the writer.

 

 

By learning this wonderful art you are getting plenty of benefits besides developing your English knowledge.

 

 

Any one can learn shorthand at any stage; particularly it is better if they start learning at their early adolescent age.

 

Come and join in the Pitman shorthand course and enjoy the benefits for ever.

 

By

 

Mrs Renuka Sundaram.

 

 

 A brief description of pitman shorthand system. and the difference between language and pitman system.

 

1.a.As there are twenty six alphabets in English language, there are twenty six strokes in  shorthand which are written by straight and curved strokes.

b.The strokes are called consonants. Each consonant has its own value in writing  words. There are no vowels in pitman system as in the language. However, there are vowel sounds which are expressed  by way of light and heavy dashes and dots according the sound. These dots and dashes are called vowel signs which are important to read the word in that outline.

 

  1. The strokes are written lightly or heavily based on the sound of the words.

Each stroke has its own unique value. Light strokes are written lightly and heavy strokes are heavily to differentiate the heavy and light sounds.

 

  1. In pitman shorthand there are totally 12 vowel sounds expressed by small dots and dashes.

 

  1. There are six long vowel sounds and long short vowel sounds.

 

  1. For long vowel sounds, heavy dots and dashes are used.

 

(Remember the sentence “Pa may we all go too”) for six long vowels.

 

All the  above six long vowel sounds are defined as under:

 

 

1.Pa  -in this word, the sound is heard as in the words of  Park, mark, bark etc. This is a long vowel sound.

 

2.may – in this word, the sound is heard as in the words  Pay,  ache, cake, bake, rate, dame etc.,  that means ae  or   ay  is long vowel sound.

 

3.we – in this word, the sound is heard as in the words tea, sea, fee etc.,

 

T he above three vowels in the first half of the sentence are expressed in pitman shorthand by heavy dots placed either before or after the strokes depending upon the vowel sound heard in the word.

 

As there are three long vowel sounds, there are three places to a stroke to place the vowel sign nearby to the stroke. (the places of vowel sign to the strokes will be explained later after familiarizing with all the twenty six strokes.)

 

The long vowel sounds in the second half of the specimen sentence.

 

  1. All – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words Paul, auditor etc.,

 

  1. go – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words, road, pow, pour, tole, door, etc.,

 

6.too – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words, shoe, route, cool, mood, etc.,

 

These three long vowel sounds are expressed by a small heavy dash to the stroke on their relevant places according to the vowel sound of the word.

 

The long short vowel sounds.

 

Remember the sentence “ that pen is not much good”

 

Definition for the vowel sounds of the words in the above sentence.

 

1.that – in this word the vowel sound is as heard in the words mad, dam, pad, tap, etc.,

This is a light sounded vowel.

 

2.pen – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words  bed,ten,net,belt,sent, beg etc.,  this is a light sounded vowel.

 

3.is – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words pig, rip, pin, nil, sip etc.,

     It is a  light sounded vowel.

 

The above three light sounded vowels are expressed by small light dots placed next to the responding strokes.

 

4.not – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words  pot, dot, rod, sock,rock etc.,

 

5.much – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words like rum, bug, gun, lust, one, etc., it is a light sounded vowel.

 

6.good – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words like food, look,foot,rook etc this is a light sounded vowel.

 

 

The above three short vowels are expressed by light dashes next to the corresponding strokes.

As there are three short vowel sounds, there are three places to a stroke to place the vowel sign nearby to the stroke. (the places of vowel sign to the strokes will be explained later after familiarizing with all the twenty six strokes.)

 

Note: the vowels are most important in writing the pitman shorthand. But the strokes are to be well practiced before learning the vowels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

What is shorthand?

 

(a small write up /introduction to students joining in the beginners shorthand class)

 

It is an art which is used to write words in short forms using strokes and curves. There are many systems prevailing in the world. However Pitman system is considered the simplest and pioneer of all systems. In shorthand, the words are written based on the spoken sound of the particular word. So the listening to the sound of the words is important than the letters of a word to write the words fast.

 

At the beginning, concentrate only in deep and constant practice than trying to write fast.

Once you are familiar with the principles to some extent, on completion of initial twenty five lessons, you would come to know how the principles are helping to get accurate and legible outline for each word.

 

After completing fifty exercises, you can proceed further exercises, besides, copying, translating pitman transcription and learning new principles in further lessons. Once you complete hundred twenty five lessons, you are able to achieve writing eighty words   per minute in shorthand.

 

Why we need shorthand to write English words?

 

From the early stage of education English writing becomes part of the day to day routine of every student. After completion of  school studies, necessity of writing English develops to higher level  which makes the student heavily strained and weakens his/physic as well mind.

 

Shorthand learning and writing words through shorthand makes easy and simple besides it reduces the entire strain of writing. Further it helps the user to keep the words confidential to him /her. In addition she becomes the master of an art which is beautiful, useful and most confidential to the writer.

 

 

By learning this wonderful art you are getting plenty of benefits besides developing your English knowledge.

 

 

Any one can learn shorthand at any stage; particularly it is better if they start learning at their early adolescent age.

 

Come and join in the Pitman shorthand course and enjoy the benefits for ever.

 

By

 

Mrs Renuka Sundaram.

 

 

 A brief description of pitman shorthand system. and the difference between language and pitman system.

 

1.a.As there are twenty six alphabets in English language, there are twenty six strokes in  shorthand which are written by straight and curved strokes.

b.The strokes are called consonants. Each consonant has its own value in writing  words. There are no vowels in pitman system as in the language. However, there are vowel sounds which are expressed  by way of light and heavy dashes and dots according the sound. These dots and dashes are called vowel signs which are important to read the word in that outline.

 

  1. The strokes are written lightly or heavily based on the sound of the words.

Each stroke has its own unique value. Light strokes are written lightly and heavy strokes are heavily to differentiate the heavy and light sounds.

 

  1. In pitman shorthand there are totally 12 vowel sounds expressed by small dots and dashes.

 

  1. There are six long vowel sounds and long short vowel sounds.

 

  1. For long vowel sounds, heavy dots and dashes are used.

 

(Remember the sentence “Pa may we all go too”) for six long vowels.

 

All the  above six long vowel sounds are defined as under:

 

 

1.Pa  -in this word, the sound is heard as in the words of  Park, mark, bark etc. This is a long vowel sound.

 

2.may – in this word, the sound is heard as in the words  Pay,  ache, cake, bake, rate, dame etc.,  that means ae  or   ay  is long vowel sound.

 

3.we – in this word, the sound is heard as in the words tea, sea, fee etc.,

 

T he above three vowels in the first half of the sentence are expressed in pitman shorthand by heavy dots placed either before or after the strokes depending upon the vowel sound heard in the word.

 

As there are three long vowel sounds, there are three places to a stroke to place the vowel sign nearby to the stroke. (the places of vowel sign to the strokes will be explained later after familiarizing with all the twenty six strokes.)

 

The long vowel sounds in the second half of the specimen sentence.

 

  1. All – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words Paul, auditor etc.,

 

  1. go – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words, road, pow, pour, tole, door, etc.,

 

6.too – in this word, the sound is as heard in the words, shoe, route, cool, mood, etc.,

 

These three long vowel sounds are expressed by a small heavy dash to the stroke on their relevant places according to the vowel sound of the word.

 

The long short vowel sounds.

 

Remember the sentence “ that pen is not much good”

 

Definition for the vowel sounds of the words in the above sentence.

 

1.that – in this word the vowel sound is as heard in the words mad, dam, pad, tap, etc.,

This is a light sounded vowel.

 

2.pen – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words  bed,ten,net,belt,sent, beg etc.,  this is a light sounded vowel.

 

3.is – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words pig, rip, pin, nil, sip etc.,

     It is a  light sounded vowel.

 

The above three light sounded vowels are expressed by small light dots placed next to the responding strokes.

 

4.not – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words  pot, dot, rod, sock,rock etc.,

 

5.much – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words like rum, bug, gun, lust, one, etc., it is a light sounded vowel.

 

6.good – in this word, the vowel sound is as heard in the words like food, look,foot,rook etc this is a light sounded vowel.

 

 

The above three short vowels are expressed by light dashes next to the corresponding strokes.

As there are three short vowel sounds, there are three places to a stroke to place the vowel sign nearby to the stroke. (the places of vowel sign to the strokes will be explained later after familiarizing with all the twenty six strokes.)

 

Note: the vowels are most important in writing the pitman shorthand. But the strokes are to be well practiced before learning the vowels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

  

 

 

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Answered on 13/03/2017 Vocational Training/Body Massage Training

How much will it take to learn body massage?

Tahwar Ali Khan

Massage therapist

Depends on your skills.
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Answered on 17/09/2016 Vocational Training/Tailoring

Leena

Faculty of Dress Designing

Hello I m Leena n give tailoring classes in delhi .where u live .if u live in delhi pz contact me:-
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Answered on 14/04/2016 Vocational Training/Body Massage Training

Azeem Sheikh

Personal Trainer

One week is enough to learn and practice.
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Answered on 10/02/2015 Vocational Training/Typing

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