Shorthand Course in Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Pakistan.

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Shorthand Course Content:

  • Introducing Teeline
  • The Teeline alphabet
  • Joining letters
  • Removal of unnecessary letters
  • Position of writing
  • Punctuation
  • Write shorthand using correct techniques
  • Punctuation
  • Class

    5 Days a Weeks Class Timing

  • Evening & Morning Shift
  • Comments

    • WAQAR

      Good Institute.

    • ANJUM

      Happy to get education over here.

      • TARIQ

        Proud to be a part of IPED College.

        • JUNAID

          Teachers are very well Trained and Highly Qualified.

          • MAJID

            Good Atmosphere.

    • ZOHAIB

      Good Administration.

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