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Cabinet of India
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The Cabinet of India (officially called the Union Council of Ministers of India ) is the collective decision-making body of the Government
of India, consists of the Prime Minister and 35 Cabinet Ministers, the most senior of the government ministers. The Cabinet is the ultimate
decision-making body of the executive within the Westminster system of government in traditional constitutional theory.
The Union Cabinet of the Government of India was formed after the Indian general election, 2009 held in five phases in 2009: on 16 April,
22/23 April, 30 April, 7 and 13 May 2009. The results of the election were announced on 16 May 2009 and led to the formation of the 15th
Lok Sabha. Dr Manmohan Singh took oath as the 14th Prime Minister of India on 22 May 2009, followed by the oath-taking ceremonies of
the present 'Council of Ministers' in two phases. Most of the cabinet functions from Cabinet Secretariat, at Secretariat Building, New Delhi.

Contents
1 Cabinet Secretary
2 Council of Ministers
2.1 Cabinet Ministers
2.2 Ministers of State (Independent Charges)
2.3 Ministers of State
3 Demographics of the Council of Ministers
3.1 UPA Cabinet by Party
3.2 United Progressive Alliance Cabinet by States
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

Cabinet Secretary
The current Cabinet Secretary is A K Seth [2] (http://cabsec.nic.in/)
The following are the functions of a Cabinet Secretary:[1]
Provide assistance to the Council of Ministers
Act as adviser and conscience keeper of the civil services
Handle senior appointments
Prepare of the agenda of the Cabinet
Attend the meet
Ensure that the Cabinet decisions are implemented
Advise the Prime Minister
Act as the Chairman of the Committee of Secretaries on Administration
Act as the Chairman of the Chief Secretaries Committee
Provide an element of continuity and stability to administration during crises
In the Government of India Allocation of Business Rules, 1961, "Cabinet Secretariat" finds a place in the First Schedule to the Rules. The
subjects allotted to this Secretariat are, firstly, secretarial assistance to Cabinet and Cabinet Committees, and secondly, the administration of
the Rules of Business.
The Cabinet Secretariat is responsible for the administration of the Government of India Transaction of Business Rules, 1961 and the
Government of India Allocation of Business Rules 1961, facilitating smooth transaction of business in Ministries/Departments of the
Government by ensuring adherence to these rules. The Secretariat assists in decision-making in Government by ensuring Inter-Ministerial
coordination, ironing out differences amongst Ministries/Departments and evolving consensus through the instrumentality of the standing/adhoc
Committees of Secretaries. Through this mechanism new policy initiatives are also promoted.
The Cabinet Secretariat ensures that the President of India, the Vice-President and Ministers are kept informed of the major activities of all
Departments by means of a monthly summary of their activities. Management of major crisis situations in the country and coordinating activities
of the various Ministries in such a situation is also one of the functions of the Cabinet Secretariat.
The Cabinet Secretariat has 3 wings: Civil, Military and Intelligence. The Civil wing is the main wing and provides aid, advise and assistance to
the Union Cabinet. The Military wing provides secretarial assistance to the Defence Committee of the Cabinet, the Military Affairs Committee,
the National Defence Council and other committees dealing with defence matters. The Intelligence wing deals with matters pertaining to the
Joint Intelligence Committee of the Union Cabinet. The chief of Research and Analysis Wing R&AW also officially first reports to the Cabinet
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Secretary, and is officially designated Secretary R in the Cabinet Secretariat. The Cabinet Secretary is arguably India's most powerful
bureaucrat and right hand of Prime Minister of India.

Council of Ministers
This is a list of current members of the Council of Ministers of the Government of India. All ministers are based
in offices of their respective Union Ministries in New Delhi.

All Cabinet members are mandated by the constitution to be members of either House of the Parliament of
India. In a departure from the norm the current Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, is a member of the upper
house, the Rajya Sabha. He remained so for the duration of his entire first term (20042009) too. Most, but not
all, previous Prime Ministers

Prime Minister of India,


Manmohan Singh heads
his second Cabinet, May
2009 to present

have been elected members of the Lok Sabha.[2]


There are three categories of ministers, in descending order of rank:

Union Cabinet Minister senior minister in-charge of a ministry. A cabinet minister may also hold
additional charges of other Ministries, where no other Cabinet minister is appointed
Minister of State (Independent Charges) with no overseeing Union cabinet minister for that portfolio
Minister of State (MoS) junior minister with to overseeing cabinet minister, usually tasked with a specific responsibility in that ministry.
For instance, an MoS in the Finance Ministry may only handle taxation.

Cabinet Ministers
Office

Name

Portrait

Age

Constituency.

Colour

Party

Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions

Manmohan Singh

79

Assam (Rajya Sabha)

Congress

A. K. Antony

71

Kerala (Rajya Sabha)

Congress

Sharad Pawar

71

Madha

NCP

Finance

P. Chidambaram

66

Sivaganga

Congress

Home Affairs

Sushilkumar Shinde

70

Solapur

Congress

External Affairs

S. M. Krishna

80

Karnataka

Congress

Atomic Energy
Space

Planning

Defence

Agriculture
Food Processing Industries

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Information and Broadcasting

Ambika Soni

69

Punjab (Rajya Sabha)

Congress

Kapil Sibal

64

Chandni Chowk

Congress

Salman Khurshid

59

Farrukhabad

Congress

61

Madurai,Tamil Nadu

DMK

73

Baghpat

RLD

67

Kanpur

Congress

59

Rajasthan

Congress

72

Chikballapur

Congress

Selja Kumari

49

Ambala

Congress

Jairam Ramesh

58

Andhra Pradesh

Congress

Kamal Nath

65

Chhindwara

Congress

Vayalar Ravi

75

Kerala

Congress

Communications and Information Technology


Human Resource Development
Law and Justice

Minority Affairs

Chemicals and Fertilizers

M. K. Alagiri

Civil Aviation

Chaudhary Ajit
Singh

Coal

Shriprakash Jaiswal

Not
Available

Not
Available

Commerce and Industry

Textiles

Corporate Affairs
Power

Anand Sharma

Veerappa Moily

Not
Available

Culture
Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation
Drinking Water and Sanitation
Rural development

Urban Development
Earth Sciences
Overseas Indian Affairs
Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium
Enterprises
Science and Technology
Health and Family Welfare

Ghulam Nabi Azad

Not
Available

63

Jammu and Kashmir

Congress

Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises

Praful Patel

Not
Available

55

Bhandara-Gondiya

NCP

Labour and Employment

Mallikarjun Kharge

70

Gulbarga

Congress

New and Renewable Energy

Farooq Abdullah

74

Srinagar

JKN

Panchayati Raj
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Kishore Chandra
Deo

Not
Available

65

Araku

Congress

Water Resources

Pawan Kumar
Bansal

Not
Available

64

Chandigarh

Congress

Petroleum and Natural Gas

Jaipal Reddy

70

Chevella

Congress

Railways

Mukul Roy

58

Rajya Sabha, West


Bengal

Trinamool
Congress

Road Transport and Highways

C. P. Joshi

62

Bhilwara

Congress

Shipping

G. K. Vasan

47

Tamil Nadu

Congress

Social Justice and Empowerment

Mukul Wasnik

Not
Available

52

Ramtek

Congress

Steel

Beni Prasad Verma

Not
Available

71

Gonda

Congress

Tourism

Subodh Kant Sahay

Not
Available

61

Ranchi

Congress

Tribal Affairs
Parliamentary Affairs

Not
Available

Ministers of State (Independent Charges)


A 'Minister of State with independent charge' is a junior Minister in the Federal (State) or Central Government of India but is in charge of a
ministry, unlike Minister of State who is also a junior Minister but assists a cabinet minister. All the following seven ministers are from the
Indian National Congress.
Sl.
No.

Name

Responsible Ministries

Age

Lok
Sabha/Rajya
Sabha

Party

Educational
Qualification

Dinsha
Patel

Ministry of Mines

74

Lok Sabha,
Gujarat(Kheda)

Congress Matriculate[3]

Krishna
Tirath

Ministry of Women and Child Development

56

Lok Sabha, North


West Delhi (SC)
(Delhi)

Congress

M.A., B.Ed. (University of


Delhi)[4]

Ajay
Maken

Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports

48

Lok Sabha, New


Delhi

Congress

B.A. Educated at University


of Delhi[5]

K. V.
Thomas

Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and


Public Distribution

65

Lok Sabha,
Ernakulam, Kerala

Congress M.Sc.(Chemistry)[6]

Srikant
Kumar
Jena

61

Lok Sabha,
Balasore, Orissa

B.A. Educated at College,


Congress Utkal University, Cuttack,
Orissa[8]
B.A., B.L. Educated at
Congress Ethiraj College and Madras
Law College[9]
Congress

Ministry of Statistics and Programme


Implementation,
Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers[7]

Jayanthi
Natarajan

Ministry of Environment and Forests

57

Rajya Sabha, Tamil


Nadu

Paban
Singh
Ghatowar

Ministry of Development of North Eastern


Region, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs[7]

61

Lok Sabha,
Dibrugarh

B.A. Educated at Gauhati


University, Guwahati[10]

Source: Council of Ministers [11]


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Ministers of State
Sl.
No.

Name

Ministries

Age

Lok
Sabha/Rajya
Sabha

Party

Educational Qualification

E. Ahamed

Ministry of External Affairs,


Ministry of Human
73
Resource Development

Lok Sabha
Malappuram,
Kerala

Mullappally
Ramachandran

Ministry of Home Affairs

67

Lok Sabha
Congress
Vadakara,Kerala

MA, LLB[13]

V.
Narayanasamy

Ministry of Personnel,
Public Grievances and
Pensions, Prime Minister
Office

64

Lok Sabha
Puducherry

Congress

B.A., M.L.[14]

Jyotiraditya
Madhavrao
Scindia

Ministry of Commerce and


41
Industry

Lok Sabha
Guna,M.P

Congress

M.A., M.B.A., Stanford University,


U.S.A[15]

Daggubati
Purandeswari

Ministry of Human
Resource Development

52

Lok Sabha,
Vishakapattnam Congress
Andhra Pradesh

BA[16]

6.

K. H.
Muniyappa

Ministry of Railways

63

Lok Sabha
Kolar,
Karnataka

Congress

B.A., LL.B.[17]

Congress

M.A.(Public Administration)[18]

Congress

M. A. (Geography)[19]

MUL

B.A., B.L.[12]

Lakshmi
Panabaka

Ministry of Textiles

53

Lok Sabha,
Bapatla,
Prakasam
Dist,Andhra
Pradesh

Namo Narain
Meena

Ministry of Finance

68

Lok Sabha,
Tonk-Sawai
Madhopur

Mallipudi
Mangapathi
Pallam Raju

Ministry of Defence

49

Lok Sabha
Kakinada,
Congress
Andhra Pradesh

BE from Andhra University, India &


MBA from Temple University,
Philadelphia, USA[20]

10

Saugata Roy

Ministry of Urban
Development

64

Lok Sabha, Dum Trinamool


Dum
Congress

M.Sc., Ll.B.[21]

11

S. S.
Ministry of Finance
Palanimanickam

61

Lok Sabha
Thanjavur, Tamil DMK
Nadu

B.L.[22]

12

Jitin Prasada

Ministry of Road Transport


38
and Highways

Lok Sabha
Dhaurahra, Uttar Congress
Pradesh

M.B.A,[23]

13

Preneet Kaur

Ministry of External Affairs 67

Lok Sabha
Patiala,Punjab

Congress

B.A., T.T.C.[24]

Ministry of Agriculture,

14

Harish Rawat

Ministry of Food
Processing Industries,
Ministry of Parliamentary
Affairs

63

Lok Sabha,
Hardwar

Congress

B.A., LL.B[25]

15

Bharatsinh
Madhavsinh
Solanki

Ministry of Railways

58

Lok Sabha,
Anand

Congress

B.E. (Civil)[26]

16

Mahadeo Singh
Ministry of Tribal Affairs
Khandela

68

Lok Sabha,
Congress
Sikar, Rajasthan

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Sisir Adhikari

Ministry of Rural
Development

70

Lok Sabha,
Contai

Trinamool
Congress

I.Sc.[28]

18

Sultan Ahmed

Ministry of Tourism

58

Lok Sabha,
Uluberia

Trinamool
Congress

Graduate Educated at Calcutta


University[29]

19

Mukul Roy

Ministry of Shipping

57

Rajya Sabha,
West Bengal

Trinamool
Congress[30]

20

Choudhury
Mohan Jatua

Ministry of Information and


73
Broadcasting

Lok Sabha,
Mathurapur

Trinamool
Congress

M.Com.[31]

21

D. Napolean

Ministry of Social Justice


and Empowerment

48

Lok Sabha
Perambalur,
Tamil Nadu

DMK

B.A.(History)[32]

22

S.
Ministry of Information and
64
Jagathrakshakan Broadcasting

Lok Sabha
Arakkonam,
Tamil Nadu

DMK

Matriculate[33]

23

S. Gandhiselvan

Ministry of Health and


Family Welfare

24

Tushar
Amarsinh
Chaudhary

25

26

Lok Sabha
Namakkal, Tamil DMK
Nadu

M.A, M.PHIL[34]

Ministry of Road Transport


46
and Highways

Lok Sabha,
Bardoli

M.B.B.S[35]

Sachin Pilot

Ministry of
Communications and
Information Technology

34

Lok Sabha
Congress
Ajmer, Rajasthan

B.A. (Hons), M.B.A.[36]

Pratik Patil

Ministry of Coal

38

Lok Sabha
Sangli

Congress

Intermediate, Diploma in Automobile


Engineering[37]

27

Ratanjit Pratap
Narain Singh

Ministry of Petroleum and


Natural Gas (India) &
Ministry of Corporate
Affairs (India)

47

Lok Sabha
Khushi Nagar

Congress

B.A. (Hons.) History[38]

28

Ministry of Water
Vincent H Pala Resources, Ministry of
Minority Affairs

44

Lok Sabha
Shillong

Congress

B.E. (Civil)[39]

29

Pradeep Jain
Aditya

49

Lok Sabha,
Jhansi

Congress

M.A., M.Com., L.L.B.[40]

Ministry of Rural
Development

48

Congress

31

Lok Sabha Tura,


NCP
Meghalaya

M.A. (Environmental
Management),Diploma in Cyber Laws;
Diploma in Corporate Laws; Diploma in
Human Rights Laws; Diploma in Securities
& Investment Laws[41]

31

Ministry of Planning,
Ministry of Science and
Ashwani Kumar
Technology & Ministry of
Earth Sciences

59

Rajya Sabha

Congress

B.A. (Hons.), LL.B., M.Phil.[42]

32

K.C. Venugopal Ministry of Power (India)

49

Lok Sabha
Alappuzha,
Kerala

Congress

M.Sc.(Mathematics)[43]

33

Sudip
Ministry of Health and
Bandyopadhyay Family Welfare

59

Lok Sabha,
Kolkata Uttar

Trinamool
Congress

B.Sc.[44]

34

Dr. Charan Das Ministry of Agriculture and


57
Mahant
Food Processing Industry

Lok Sabha
Korba,
Chhattisgarh

Congress

M.Sc., M.A., LL.B., PhD[45]

35

Jitendra Singh

Ministry of Home Affairs

Lok Sabha
Congress
Alwar, Rajasthan

Milind Murli

Ministry of

30

Agatha Sangma

36

Ministry of Rural
Development

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40

B.Com[46]

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Deora

37

Communications and
Information Technology

Rajeev Shukla

Ministry of Parliamentary
Affairs

35

52

Lok Sabha,
Mumbai-South

Congress

BBA (Bachelor of Science in Business


Administration)[47]

Rajya Sabha,
Maharastra

Congress

M.A., LL.B.[48]

Source: Council of Ministers [2]

Demographics of the Council of Ministers


UPA Cabinet by Party
Source: Various news organisations [49][50][51][52]
The new United Progressive Alliance (UPA) included 79 members, 78 members in the cabinet plus Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The first
20 cabinet ministers including Manmohan Singh, swore in on 22 May 2009, while the other 59 cabinet members swore in on 27 May 2009.
The non-Congress cabinet ministers, include M.K. Azhagiri (DMK President Karunanidhi's Son) from the DMK, Mukul Roy from Trinamool
Congress, Sharad Pawar and Praful Patel from Nationalist Congress Party, Farooq Abdullah from National Conference and Chaudhary Ajit
Singh from RLD.
Party

Cabinet Ministers Ministers of State Total

Indian National Congress

27

31

58

Trinamool Congress

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam

Nationalist Congress Party

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference 1

Indian Union Muslim League

Total

33

45

78

United Progressive Alliance Cabinet by States


Sources:[53][54][55]

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State

Cabinet Ministers Ministers of State(I) Ministers of State Total

Maharashtra

Tamil Nadu

Bihar

Kerala

Andhra Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh 1

Karnataka

West Bengal

Himachal Pradesh 1

Haryana

Orissa

J&K

Panjab

Delhi

Rajasthan

Chhattisgarh

Gujarat

Pondicherry

Uttar Pradesh

Jharkhand

Meghalaya

Uttarakhand

Assam

Chandigarh

Total

33

37

77

See also
Cabinet Secretary of India
Politics of India
United Progressive Alliance
National Portal of India

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23. ^ Detailed Profile - Shri Jitin Prasada - Members of Parliament (Lok Sabha) - Who's Who - Government: National Portal of India
(http://india.gov.in/govt/loksabhampbiodata.php?mpcode=4065)
24. ^ Detailed Profile - Smt. Preneet Kaur - Members of Parliament (Lok Sabha) - Who's Who - Government: National Portal of India
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25. ^ Detailed Profile - Shri Harish Rawat - Members of Parliament (Lok Sabha) - Who's Who - Government: National Portal of India
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29. ^ Detailed Profile - Shri Sultan Ahmed - Members of Parliament (Lok Sabha) - Who's Who - Government: National Portal of India
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31. ^ Detailed Profile - Shri Choudhury Mohan Jatua - Members of Parliament (Lok Sabha) - Who's Who - Government: National Portal of India
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