Kerala Council of Ministers: 2001-2006
Name of the Cabinet Minister and Portfolios
Mr. A. K. Antony, Chief Minister
General Administration, All India Services, Integration, Planning and Economic
Affairs, Science, Technology and Environment, Scientific Institutes, Personal &
Administrative Reforms, Elections, Home & Vigilance, Administration of Civil &
Criminal Justice, Fire Services, Jails, Sainik Welfare, Distress Relief, State
Hospitality, Airports, Inter State River Waters, Subjects not mentioned elsewhere. 
Mr. K. Sankaranarayanan, Minister for Finance & Excise
Finance, National Savings, Stores Purchase, Commercial Taxes, Agricultural
Income Tax, Treasuries, Lotteries, Local Fund Audit, Financial Enterprises, 
State Insurance, Stamp & Stamp duties, Excise.
Mr. P. K. Kunhalikutty, Minister for Industries & Commerce
Industries (Including Industrial Co-operatives), Commerce, Mining and
Geology, Hand looms and Textiles, Social Welfare, Information Technology, Wakf
& Haj Pilgrimage. 
Mr. K. M. Mani, Minister for Revenue & Law
Land Revenue, Land Reforms, Survey and Land Records, 
Legal Metrology, Law, Housing 
Ms. K. R. Gouriamma, Minister for Agriculture and Coir
Agriculture, Soil Conservation, Soil Survey, Warehousing Corporation, Dairy Development, 
Milk co-operatives, Agricultural Universities, Animal Husbandry and coir. 
Mr. M. V. Raghavan, Minister for Co-operation
Co-operation, Ports, Harbour Engineering. 
Mr. Babu Divakaran, Minister for Labour and Employment
Labour, Employment and Training, Rehabilitation, Factories and
Boilers, Insurance Medical Service, Industrial Tribunals, Labour Courts. 
Mr. T. M. Jacob, Minister for Irrigation
Irrigation, Command Area Development Authority, Ground Water Development, 
Water Supply and Sanitation, Museums and Zoos, Archives and Archaeology. 
Mr. K. B. Ganesh Kumar, Minister for Transport
Road Transport, Motor Vehicles, Water Transport, Railways.
Mr. G. Karthikeyan, Minister for Food & Culture
Food & Civil Supplies, Consumer Protection, Cultural Affairs, Devaswoms.
Dr. M. K. Muneer, Minister for Public Works
Public Works
Dr. M. A. Kuttapan, Minister for Welfare of Backward & Scheduled Communities
Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes & Backward Classes, Youth
Affairs, Printing & Stationary. 
Mr. K. Sudhakaran, Minister for Forests
Forests and Wildlife, Sports, Posts and Telegraphs. 
Mr. P. Sankaran, Minister for Health and Family Welfare
Health, Family Welfare, Medical Education, Indigenous Medicines, 
Drugs Control, Pollution Control, Homeopathy, Naturopathy.
Mr. M. M. Hassan, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs
Parliamentary Affairs, Information & Public Relations, Welfare of Minorities, 
Non-resident Keralites’ Affairs Department, Kerala State Film Development Corporation. 
Mr. Nalakath Soopy, Minister for Education
General Education, Collegiate Education, Technical Education, Universities
Except Agricultural University, Entrance Examinations, Literacy
Movement, National Cadet Corps. 
Mr. Cherkalam Abdulla, Minister for Local Self Government
Panchayats, Municipalities & Corporations, Town Planning, Regional
Development Authorities, Kerala Institutes of Local Administration. 
Mr. C. F. Thomas, Minister for Registration & Rural Development 
Registration, Rural Development, Khadi and Village Industries. 
Mr. K. V. Thomas, Minister for Fisheries & Tourism
Tourism, Fisheries
Mr. Kadavoor Sivadasan, Minister for Electricity
Electricity
K. Muraleedharan was inducted into the Ministry as Minister for Electricity on February 11, 2004. Tourism was allocated to P. Sankaran, Health and related portfolios to Kadavoor Sivadasan and Excise and Fisheries to Prof. K. V. Thomas. Muraleedharan resigned on May 14 following his defeat in the by-election from Wadakkancherry. Subsequently, Electricity was returned to K. Sivadasan as additional portfolio. The Antony Ministry resigned on August 29, 2004, and Oommen Chandy was sworn in as the new Chief Minister on August 31, 2004.

Kerala Council of Ministers headed by Oommen Chandy

Name of the Cabinet Minister and Portfolios
Mr. Oommen Chandy, Chief Minister
General Administration, All India Services, Integration, Planning and Economic Affairs, Science and Technology, Scientific Institutes, Personal & Administrative Reforms, Elections, Home & Vigilance, Administration of Civil & Criminal Justice, Fire Services, Jails, Sainik Welfare, Distress Relief, State Hospitality, Non-resident Keralites Affairs, Information and Public Relations, Information Technology and subjects not mentioned elsewhere.
Mr. Vakkom Purushothaman, Minister for Finance
Finance, Excise, National Savings, Stores Purchase, Commercial Taxes, Agricultural
Income Tax, Treasuries, Lotteries, Local Fund Audit, Financial Enterprises, 
State Insurance, Stamp & Stamp duties.
Mr. Aryadan Mohammed, Minister for Electricity
Electricity.
Mr. V. K. Ebrahim Kunju, Minister for Industries & Commerce
Industries (Including Industrial Co-operatives), Commerce, Mining and
Geology, Hand looms and Textiles, Social Welfare, Welfare of Minorities, Wakf
& Haj Pilgrimage. 
Mr. K. M. Mani, Minister for Revenue & Law
Land Revenue, Land Reforms, Survey and Land Records, 
Legal Metrology, Law and Housing 

Ms. K. R. Gouriamma, Minister for Agriculture and Coir
Agriculture, Soil Conservation, Soil Survey, Warehousing Corporation, Dairy Development,  Milk Co-operatives, Agricultural Universities, Animal Husbandry and Coir. 

Mr. M. V. Raghavan, Minister for Co-operation
Co-operation, Ports and Harbour Engineering. 
Mr. Babu Divakaran, Minister for Labour and Employment
Labour, Employment and Training, Rehabilitation, Factories and
Boilers, Insurance Medical Service, Industrial Tribunals and Labour Courts. 
Mr. Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan, Minister for Water Resources
Irrigation, Command Area Development Authority, Ground Water Development, 
Water Supply and Sanitation, Inter State River Waters and Parliamentary Affairs.
Mr. N. Sakthan, Minister for Transport
Road Transport, Motor Vehicles, Railways and Water Transport.
Mr. Adoor Prakash, Minister for Food & Culture
Food & Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection.
Dr. M. K. Muneer, Minister for Public Works
Public Works
Mr. A. P. Anil Kumar, Minister for Welfare of Backward & Scheduled Communities
Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, Cultural Affairs, Youth Affairs, Museums and Zoos, Kerala State Film Development Corporation, Archives and Archeology.
Mr. A. Sujanapal, Minister for Forests and Environment
Forests and Wildlife, Environment, Pollution Control, Posts and Telegraph and Welfare of Backward Classes.
Mr. K. C. Venugopal, Minister for Tourism
Tourism and Dewaswoms.
Mr. E. T. Mohammed Basheer, Minister for Education
General Education, Collegiate Education, Technical Education, Universities except Agricultural University, Entrance Examinations, Literacy Movement and National Cadet Corps.
Mr. Kutty Ahamed Kutty, Minister for Local Self Government
Panchayats, Municipalities & Corporations, Town Planning, Regional Development Authorities and Kerala Institute of Local Administration.
Mr. C. F. Thomas, Minister for Registration & Rural Development 
Registration, Rural Development, Khadi and Village Industries. 
Mr. Dominic Presentation, Minister for Fisheries
Fisheries, Sports and Airports.
Mr. K. K. Ramachandran Master, Minister for Health and Family Welfare
Health, Family Welfare, Medical Education, Indigenous Medicines, Drugs Control, Printing and Stationery, Homeopathy and Naturopathy.
K. P. Viswanathan, who was Forest Minister, resigned on February 9, 2005 following an adverse remark by the High Court. Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan held additional charge of his portfolios until A. Sujanapal was sworn in on January 4, 2006. There were minor changes in the portfolios of a few Ministers following Sujanapal's induction. The allocation of portfolios after induction of Sujanapal is given above. The Cabinet resigned on May 12 following defeat in the elections and was asked to continue until alternate arrangements were made. New ministry headed by V. S. Achuthanandan assumed office on May 18, 2006.

 

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