‘Shorthand translator’ developed by Engineering Students

Students from the Don Bosco Engineering College seem to be making headlines. This week seems to be no different. Five students from this prestigious institution, namely Joshua Salema, Vaishnavi Kamat Dhakankar, Aqeel Phaldessai, Aqsa Nadaf and Pranoy Paes, have developed the ‘Intelligent Stenographic Text Recognition System’.

The new software will analyze the shorthand text as an image, and will  then translate it into English words that correspond to the meaning of the text. Currently there are no applications designed to recognize shorthand symbols.

This seems to be a brilliant way to shorten the process of transcription from shorthand. Less work for secretaries!


Kudos to this team of aspiring engineers and all the best to them in their future.

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