Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the recruitment of Stenographers in Grade C and D every year for various government departments. One wonders what is the requirement of hiring stenographers in technological era which is ruled and lived by computers and other gadgets. However, the exercise carried out every year by SSC as well as other government organizations does point out that the skill of stenography is still good enough to land you a job. Let us find out why.
Stenography: an Art that refuses to Subside
Stenography is based on phonetics where words are represented by symbols. In other words The Stenography Test consists of transcription of dictated script. It is basically used for taking down notes, writing briefs, covering a press conference, taking dictations etc for official communications in government as well as private organizations. The same work can be done by Dictaphones, tape recorders etc also. So what is the need of stenographers in this age?
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