Friday, 24 April 2015

RECOUNTING - FOTO COPY LAST DATE-TYPE & SHORTHAND RESULTS RELEASED--STATE RANKERS LIST

LAST DATE FOR PHOTO COPY AND RECOUNTING OF TYPE FAILURE CANDIDATES THROUGH A.P. ONLINE IS 09-05-2015.


TYPEWRITING AND SHORTHAND FEB.2015 RESULTS RELEASED AND STATE RANKS ARE AS FOLLOWS:


TEL TEL15014703129
CHAKALI SUMALATHA
98 98 P 1
INST : 4703 CHAITANYA T/W INSTT.,NEW TOWN
MAHABOOBNAGAR,MAHABOOBNAGAR DIST
CENTRE : 47 - MAHABUBNAGAR                                            1

TEL TEL15016314050
Y SULOCHANA
96 98 P 1
INST : 6314
CENTRE : 64 - GPT HYDERABAD                                            2

TEL TEL15016317106
AYESHA FATHIMA
96 98 P 1
INST : 6317
CENTRE : 64 - GPT HYDERABAD                                            2

TTL TTL15014103002
P DEVIKA
96 96 P 1
INST : 4103 KALYAN ELEC. INSTITUTE,14-181, FIRST FLOOR, CTM ROAD
MADANAPALLE,CHITTOOR DIST
CENTRE : 41 - MADANAPALLY                                                1

TTL TTL15010108015
MALIPEDDI CHANDRAMOULI
92 92 P 1
INST : 0108 KAMAL TYPEWRITING & SHORTHAND INSTITUTE,MAIN ROAD,
RAJAM,SRIKAKULAM DIST
CENTRE : 01 - SRIKAKULAM                                                   2

TTL TTL15012103018
MANNEPALLI A V PRASAD
100 84 P 1
INST : 2103 SREERAM TYPE INST.,HOSPITAL ROAD,
ONGOLE,PRAKASAM DIST
CENTRE : 21 - ONGOLE                                                             2

TTL TTL15014703013
A KISHAN
92 92 P 1
INST : 4703 CHAITANYA T/W INSTT.,NEW TOWN
MAHABOOBNAGAR,MAHABOOBNAGAR DIST
CENTRE : 47 - MAHABUBNAGAR                                          2

TTL TTL15015702009
SIMHARAJU RUPESH
92 92 P 1
INST : 5702 SRI VENKATESWARA T/INST,GANGA REDDY ROAD
MANCHERIAL,ADILABAD DIST
CENTRE : 57 - MANCHIRIAL                                                            2

TTL TTL15016420001
EASHWER B
92 92 P 1
INST : 6420 GOUTAM COM. INSTITUTE,RAMACHANDRAPURAM
-,MEDAK DIST
CENTRE : 64 - GPT HYDERABAD                                                   2

THL THL15016213004
PANDEY SACHITA
72 84 P 2
INST : 6213
CENTRE : 66 - STANLEY GIRLS JR. COLLERE,CHAPPAL ROAD,HYDERABAD    1

THL THL15014407001
BODA MEGHANA
68 84 P 2
INST : 4407 NAVODAYA T/W &S/H INSTT.,NEW NGO S COLONY BESIDE BOYS HIGH SCHOOL
NIZAMABAD,NIZAMABAD DIST
CENTRE : 44 - NIZAMABAD                                               2

TEH TEH15012702007
J PRAVEEN KUMAR
96 95 P 1
INST : 2702 SRINIVASA T/W INSTT.,YEMMIGANUR ROAD
ADONI,KURNOOL DIST
CENTRE : 27 - ADONI                                                                                   1

TEH TEH15014106007
PENDERY MAHENDRA
94 93 P 1
INST : 4106 THE GUPTHA TYPE INSTITUTE,4-5-7-4, METRO SHOPPING COMP
ROOM 19, 1ST FLOOR, MARPURI ST, MADANAPALLI,CHITTOOR DIST
CENTRE : 41 - MADANAPALLY                                                               2

TTH TTH15011604028
MEKA LAKSHMI SWAPNIKA
91 91 P 1
INST : 1604 SRI SADASIVA T/W INSTT,KOTHAPET
-,GUNTUR DIST
CENTRE : 16 - GUNTUR                                                                                1

TTH TTH15011610002
KONANKI NAGA SIREESHA
97 85 P 1
INST : 1610 BHARANI TECHNICALS,BRODIPET - 4/14
GUNTUR,GUNTUR DIST
CENTRE : 16 - GUNTUR                                                                                   1

THH THH15010430002
GUVVI DIVYA
79 46 P 2
INST : 0430 SKML TYPE INSTITUTE,PRAHLADAPURAM
VISAKHAPATNAM,VISAKHAPATNAM DIST
CENTRE : 04 - VISAKHAPATNAM                                                                      1

TEJ TEJ15014006001
A.R.R ARAVAMUDHAN
98 100 P 1
INST : 4006 FACIT TECH. INSTT,6-8-1056, HARE KRISHNA ROAD
TIRUPATHI,CHITTOOR DIST
CENTRE : 40 - TIRUPATHI                                                                                       1

TEJ TEJ15011419002
SHAIK JUNAID UR REHMAN
98 98 P 1
INST : 1419 CHANDRA TECH INSTT.,NEAR RAMA MANDIR
VIDYADHARAPURAM, VIJAYAWADA,KRISHNA DIST
CENTRE : 14 - GPT VIJAYAWADA                                                                   2

TEJ TEJ15013905015
M.YOGESH
96 100 P 1
INST : 3905 SRI LAKSHMI TYPE INSTT,D.NO: 14-1085, KAYANIKATTU ST
CHITTOOR,CHITTOOR DIST
CENTRE : 39 - CHITTOOR        

Dear Members
Send your yearly subscription Rs.100/- and your area principals subscriptions at an early date and if possible send donations as per your will and pleasure for the development of our organisation and for the prosperity of our profession.

M.V.V.Satyanarayana  M.A
President   APTCIA
SSTI,  Flat no.302, MJR Towers,
SKR Nagar, 2nd right street after Jayalakshmi Function Hall
Tadepalligudem-534102
Cell: 9441687799  -   9703511173
                                                     2

Friday, 3 April 2015

TWSH REULTS - GOOD DAYS AHEAD - EXPECTED AND HOPE FOR THAT

TW/SH RESULTS MIGHT BE RELEASED BEFORE 17-04-2015   

     GOOD NEWS AHEAD ABOUT OUR PROFESSION - EXPECTED, HOPED

We submit our representation to the Hon'ble Chief Minister, Technical Minister and other concerned officials for the implementations which were introduced in Tamilnadu and Maharastra states and about some modifications in the exiting exam. patterns. (Indian Express News published on 14-3-2015 given at the end for your reference)

In this connection Our president M.V.V.Satyanarayana received information from Government of Andhra Pradesh that our petition was received by them and given petition no.3312245 and forwarded to Higher Education (DEPT) for taking further action.

Hope that some favour might be done at this time.


Dear Members
Send your yearly subscription Rs.100/- and your area principals subscriptions at an early date and if possible send donations as per your will and pleasure for the development of our organisation and for the prosperity of our profession.

M.V.V.Satyanarayana
President   APTCIA
Sriram Stenotype Institute,
13-23-2, Kanurivari street,
Ramachandraraopeta
Tadepalligudem-534102
Cell: 9441687799  -   9703511173










Ease Norms for Admission to Typing Courses: APTCIA

Published: 14th March 2015 06:01 AM
Last Updated: 14th March 2015 06:01 AM
<span style='display:inline-block'> HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh Technical Commercial Institutes Association (APTCIA) has demanded the State government to ease the entrance process for admission to typewriting courses in the State.
In a letter addressed to Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, the association listed several demands for improving the quality of courses for typewriting and computer education in the State.
To encourage more candidates to take up typewriting courses, the APTCIA requested the government to reduce the minimum education qualification to appear for the lower grade typewriting to class VIII. The members of association also appealed to the government to allow candidates with pass marks in lower grade to take up higher grade courses without any restrictions.
They said Tamil Nadu has a system where candidates can directly join the higher grade once they clear the lower grade exam.
Further APTCIA put forth a few more demands requesting the State government to make the typewriting and computer education certificate courses mandatory to apply for government jobs at entry level. To provide training, the government should introduce special courses in typewriting and computer education, the association demanded.
In the letter, the APTCIA also observed that Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra have better annual strength for typewriting exams than any other State in India. In Tamil Nadu, around 1.4 lakh people appear for the exam every year while Maharashtra has nearly 4 lakh people appearing for the exam. Both the Telugu States together have far smaller number with only 25,000 appearing for the exam every year, the letter said.
Praising the efforts of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka in encouraging the typewriting, the APTCIA said the job aspirants from these States are managing to get more government jobs because of their efficiency in faster typewriting and better knowledge in computer operation.

 

Monday, 23 February 2015

Is it true that there are no typewriters in USA and other countries?



End of an era of typewriters – Is it right?!

The 1970s and early 1980s were a time of transition for typewriters and word processors. At one point in time, most small-business offices would be completely old-style, while large corporations and government departments would already be all new-style; other offices would have a mixture. The pace of change was so rapid that it was common for clerical staff to have to learn several new systems, one after the other, in just a few years. While such rapid change is commonplace today, and is taken for granted, this was not always so; in fact, typewriting technology changed very little in its first 80 or 90 years.
Due to falling sales, IBM sold its typewriter division in 1990 to Lexmark, completely exiting from a market it once dominated.
The increasing dominance of personal computers, desktop publishing, the introduction of low-cost, truly high-quality, laser and inkjet printer technologies, and the pervasive use of web publishing, e-mail and other electronic communication techniques have largely replaced typewriters in the United States. Still, as of 2009, typewriters continued to be used by a number of government agencies and other institutions in the USA, where they are primarily used to fill preprinted forms. According to a Boston typewriter repairman quoted by The Boston Globe, "Every maternity ward has a typewriter, as well as funeral homes". A fairly major typewriter user is the City of New York, which in 2008 purchased several thousands typewriters, mostly for use by the New York Police Department, at the total cost of $982,269. Another $99,570 was spent in 2009 for the maintenance of the existing typewriters. New York police officers would use the machines to type property and evidence vouchers on carbon paper forms.
A rather specialized market for typewriters exists due to the regulations of many correctional systems in the USA, where prisoners are prohibited to have computers or telecommunication equipment, but are allowed to own typewriters. The Swintec corporation (headquartered in Moonachie, New Jersey), which, as of 2011, still produced typewriters at its overseas factories (in Japan, Indonesia, and/or Malaysia), manufactures a variety of typewriters for use in prisons, made of clear plastic (to make it harder for prisoners to hide prohibited items inside it). As of 2011, the company had contracts with prisons in 43 US states.
In April 2011, Godrej and Boyce, a Mumbai-based manufacturer of mechanical typewriters, closed its doors, leading to a flurry of erroneous news reports that the "world's last typewriter factory" had shut down. The reports were quickly debunked.
In November 2012, Brother's UK factory manufactured what it claimed to be the last typewriter ever made in the UK; the typewriter was donated to the London Science Museum.
Russian typewriters use Cyrillic, which has made the ongoing Azerbaijani reconversion from Cyrillic to Roman alphabet more difficult. In 1997, the government of Turkey offered to donate western typewriters to the Republic of Azerbaijan in exchange for more zealous and exclusive promotion of the Roman alphabet for the Azerbaijani language; this offer, however, was declined.
In Latin America and Africa, mechanical typewriters are still common because they can be used without electrical power. In Latin America, the typewriters used are most often Brazilian models – Brazil continues to produce mechanical (Facit) and electronic (Olivetti) typewriters to the present day
INTERESTED……

VISIT “aptcia.blogspot.in”  open welcome link and study further details under typewriter

M.V.V. SATYANARAYANA
PRESIDENT     FSSCIA & APTACIA
SSTI, TADEPALLIGUDEM

Thursday, 12 February 2015

REVISED TIMETABLE FOR FEB.2015 EXAMS- HALL TICKETS READY TO DOWNLOAD

HALL TICKETS ARE READY TO DOWNLOAD AND REVISED TIMETABLE RELEASED BY SBTET AS FOLLOWS



STATE BOARD OF T ECHNICAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
ANDHRA PRADESH AND TELANGANA STATES: HYDERABAD
TIME TABLE FOR TYPEWRITING EXAMINATIONS FEBRUARY,2015.

TYPEWRITING  LOWER (ENGLISH,TELUGU, HINDI AND URDU)

DAY & DATE


SUBJECT
BATCH No.
 SECOND PAPER
(MANUSCRIPT)
TIMINGS

FIRST PAPER
(SPEED)
TIMINGS

SATURDAY
21-02-2015
Eng./Tel/Hindi/
Urdu(Lower)
I
8.30 AM  TO  9.15 AM
9.35 AM  TO  9.45 AM
Eng./Tel
(Lower)
II
10.45 AM  TO 11.30 AM
11.50 AM  TO 12.00 NOON



SUNDAY
22-02-2015

Eng./Tel
(Lower)
III
8.30 AM  TO  9.15 AM
9.35 AM  TO  9.45 AM
Eng/Tel
 (Lower)
IV
10.45 AM  TO 11.30 AM
11.50 AM  TO 12.00 NOON

TYPEWRITING - ENGLISH, TELUGU, HINDI,URDU HIGHER GRADE AND  ENGLISH JUNIOR GRADE



SATURDAY
21-02-2015

Junior Grade
I
1.00 PM  TO 1.45 PM
2.05 PM TO  2.15 PM
Eng/Tel/Hindi/
Urdu
(Higher)
I
1.00 PM  TO 2.00 PM
2.20 PM  TO  2.30 PM
Eng/Tel
(Higher)
II
3.30 PM  TO  4.30 PM
4.50 PM  TO 5.00 PM



SUNDAY
22-02-2015
Junior Grade
II
1.00 PM  TO 1.45 PM
2.05 PM TO  2.15 PM
Eng./Tel
(Higher)
III
1.00 PM  TO 2.00 PM
2.20 PM  TO  2.30 PM
Eng/Tel
(Higher)
IV
3.30 PM  TO  4.30 PM
4.50 PM  TO 5.00 PM


                                                                                                                                  Sd/-  
SECRETARY

Dated:08-01-2015.


NOTE:


EXAMINATION IN PAPER-II (MANUSCRIPT) OF TYPEWRITING OF ALL GRADES SHALL BE CONDUCTED FIRST AND THE PAPER-I (SPEED) SHALL BE CONDUCTED AFTER COMPLETION OF THE PAPER-II (MANUSCRIPT) EXAMINATION.”





STATE BOARD OF T ECHNICAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
ANDHRA PRADESH AND TELANGANA STATES : HYDERABAD

REVISED TIME TABLE FOR SHORTHAND EXAMINATIONS OF  FEBRUARY,2015.
SHORTHAND TELUGU AND URDU   28 -02-2015 (SATURDAY)

PAPER
LOWER
(40 WPM)
HIGHER
(60 WPM)
HIGHSPEED
(80 WPM)
HIGHSPEED
(100 WPM)
6002
8002,  8002 A
9008 A
9009 A
Paper-II
Dictation, Elaboration, 
Condensation

10.30 AM   to  12.00 

(Theory Only)

10.30 AM  to 10.37 AM
10.45 AM  to 12.45 PM

11.00 AM to 11.07 AM
11.15 AM to 12.15 PM

11.20 AM to 11.25 AM
11.30 AM to 12.30 PM


Paper-I

Dictation,
Transcription
6001
8001
9008
9009

1.30 PM to 1.40 PM
1.45 PM to 3.15 PM

2.30 PM  to 2.37 PM
2.45 PM to 4.30 PM

2.00 PM to 2.07 PM
2.15 PM to 4.00 PM

2.15 PM to 2.20 PM
2.30 PM to 3.45 PM


SHORTHAND ENGLISH     01-03-2015 (SUNDAY)

PAPER
HIGH SPEED
(150 WPM)
HIGH SPEED
(180 WPM)
HIGH SPEED
(200 WPM)
9005 A
9006 A
9007A
Paper -II
Dictation,
Condensation

10.00 AM to 10.05 AM
10.15 AM to 11.30 AM
10.30 AM  to 10.35 AM
10.40 AM to 12.10 PM
11.00 AM to 11.05 AM
11.10 AM to 12.55 PM
Paper-1
Dictation,
Transcription
9005
9006
9007
2.00 PM to 2.05 PM
2.15 PM  to 3.30 PM
2.15 PM to 2.20 PM
2.25 PM  to 3.55 PM
2.25 PM  to 2.30 PM
2.35 PM to 4.20 PM

SHORTHAND ENGLISH  01-03-2015 (SUNDAY)

PAPER

LOWER
(80 WPM)
INTER
(100 WPM)
HIGHER
(120 WPM)
5002
702,  702 A
7002
Paper- II
Dictation,
Elaboration,
Condensation
10.30 AM to 12.30 PM
(Theory only)
10.15 AM to 10.19  AM
10.30 AM  to 12.15 PM
9.30 AM  to 9.39 AM
9.45 AM to 12.00 noon



Paper- I
Dictation,
Transcription
5001
701
7001
2.30 PM to 2.37 PM
2.45 PM  to 3.45 PM
3.00 PM  to 3.07 PM
3.15 PM  to 4.30 PM
2.00 PM  to 2.07  PM
2.15 PM  to 3.45 PM









Note :     Time for transcription shall be taken into
                Account from the moment transcription is
                started and not immediately after the
                dictation is completed.
                                                                                                                                            Sd/-
SECRETARY
   Dated:29-01-2015.


DEAR FRIENDS
 
SEND YOUR AND YOUR AREA SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR PROFESSION AND FOR UNINTERRUPTED SERVICE FROM APTCIA TO YOU.

MVV SATYANARAYANA
PRESIDENT APTCIA
SSTI, KANURIVARI STREET,
RCR PETA, TADEPALLIGUDEM-534102