The DAMS is one of the prestigious and successful career point for MBBS students preparing to pursue Post-graduation after MBBS through NEET exam. Here, you can find Handwritten notes by DAMS in PDF Format for free download from Google Drive by 2017 and 2018. The list has been separated as MBBS First year, Second year, Third year and Fourth year. Scroll through the subjects and click to follow the download links to each subject handwritten notes. Please note we are regularly updating the links, so do check back after one day if you cannot find the links.
Delhi Academy of Medical Sciences (DAMS) is currently the top most coaching institute for PG Medical Entrance Education for over 16 years now. Under the leadership of Dr. Sumer Sethi, Radiologist and previous topper in AIPG/ AIIMS. DAMS is recognized for its impeccable foresight, enviable expertise and innate acumen.
Apart from number 1 coaching institute for the PG medical entrance examinations AIPG(NBE/NEET) Pattern, they are also known for preparing students to crack the tough most medical entrance exams like AIIMS, PGI, UPSC, DNB & MCI screening. DAMS provides specialized courses which are designed by experts in the respective fields led by Dr. Sumer Sethi , who is a radiologist and was himself a topper in AIPG & AIIMS before. They indeed provide best coaching for AIPG (NBE/NEET) Pattern, AIIMS PG entrance, and PGI Chandigarh by our sincere effort.
Below are Year-wise links to DAMS Handwritten notes in PDF Format. You can either choose to download them, or we have separately provided links to read the notes online through Google Drive. Although we recommend buying hard copies of these notes rather than reading the pdf files. You can buy the printed and audio notes here- Buy Here Online.
DAMS First Year Handwritten Notes PDF
Download the handwritten notes for First year MBBS Students from links given below. The subjects included in first year are Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry. You can download the DAMS Notes PDF from links given below.
DAMS Second Year Handwritten Notes PDF
Download the handwritten notes for Second year MBBS Students from links given below. The subjects included in Second year are Pathology, Pharmacology, FMT (Forensic Medicine) and Microbiology. You can download the DAMS Notes PDF from links given below.
Forensic Medicine Notes
DAMS Third Year Handwritten Notes PDF
Download the handwritten notes for Third year MBBS Students from links given below.The subjects included in Third year are ENT (Ear Nose and Throat), Ophthalmology and PSM (Community Medicine). You can download the DAMS Notes PDF from links given below.
Community Medicine (PSM) Notes
DAMS Fourth Year Handwritten Notes PDF
Download the handwritten notes for Fourth year MBBS Students from links given below. The subjects included in Fourth year are Obs and Gyne, Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Anesthesia, Psychiatry, Radiology, Dermatology and Orthopedics. You can download the DAMS Notes PDF from links given below.
Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBG) Notes
Bonus DAMS Notes
Apart from the regular notes, you can download additional notes from the teachers mentioned below. These are Thameem sir notes for Medicine and Ashwini sir notes for Anatomy. These are again under the DAMS notes section and are handwritten notes properly. You can download the DAMS Notes PDF from links given below.
Medicine: Thameem Notes
Anatomy: Ashwini Notes
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