Earlier, before the results were announced, a five-member team from the Health Ministry had inspected the institute.
The presentation, expected by the ministry, will be given in the Institute’s important Standing Finance Committee(SFC), which is to be held in New Delhi soon.
Last month, the PGI bagged the first prize of Rs 5 crore as a part of the Union health ministry’s Kayakalp initiative, which was announced last year to promote cleanliness and enhance the quality of public health in the country.
The dispensing of the medicines, however, will start Monday and the public can then avail a discount up to 80 per cent on around 500 medicines available at the store.
Gupta, however, refused to share the contents of the reply. Last week, Gupta was asked to respond to the points mentioned in the chargesheet within 10 days of time.
Institute has 554 sanctioned faculty posts but has a strength of 303 only.
A senior official from the health ministry said after the comments are received from the PGI director, they would be presented before Union health minister J P Nadda.
The total number of patients with voice disorders has increased over a period of time owing to lifestyle changes, PGI doctors said on Thursday.
The nurses who are on probation had changed their working hours last month without the approval of the PGI administration.
Doctors at the premier medical institute say these tissues would be used for therapeutic and research purposes.
According to the report, the modernisation work of Nehru Hospital and Research Block A and B was sanctioned as part of the 11th Five-Year Plan and was also approved by the Union ministry.
On Wednesday, when a Chandigarh Newsline team visited the store, the employees hired by HLL for the outlet said they joined the duties on March 1.
“This facility is not present anywhere else in the country,” said Dr N Khandelwal, head, Department of Radio Diagnosis and Imaging.
A 24-hour strike by more than 2,000 nurses of Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) caused inconvenience to the patients at the institute on Friday
The study will also provide the impact of agriculture biomass burning on PM 2.5 concentration in Chandigarh.