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Kerala Council of Ministers: 2006-2011

Name of the Cabinet Minister and Portfolios
Mr. V. S. Achuthanandan, Chief Minister
General Administration, All India Services, Integration, Planning and Economic Affairs, Science,  Technology and Environment, Scientific Institutes, Personnel and Administrative Reforms, Elections, Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice, Information Technology, Sainik Welfare, Distress Relief, State Hospitality, Airports, Inter State River Waters, Information and Public Relations, Non-Resident Keralites Affairs, and subjects not mentioned elsewhere.
Mr. Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, Minister for Home
Home, Fire Services, Jails, and Tourism. 
Mr. Thomas Isaac, Minister for Finance
Finance, National Savings, Stores Purchase, Commercial Taxes, Agricultural Income Tax, Treasuries, Lotteries, Local Fund Audit, Financial Enterprises, State Insurance, and Stamps and Stamp Duties. 
Mr. Elamaram Kareem, Minister for Industries & Commerce
Industries (Including Industrial Co-Operatives), Commerce, Mining and Geology, Handlooms and Textiles, and Khadi and Village Industries.
Mr. K. P. Rajendran, Minister for Revenue
Land Revenue, Land Reforms, Survey and Land Records, and Legal Metrology. 

Mr. Mullakkara Ratnakaran, Minister for Agriculture
Agriculture, Soil Conservation, Soil Survey, Agricultural University, and Warehousing Corporation. 

Mr. G. Sudhakaran, Minister for Co-operation
Cooperation and Coir
Mr. P. K. Gurudasan, Minister for Labour and Employment
Labour, Employment and Training, Rehabilitation, Factories and Boilers, Insurance Medical Service, Industrial Tribunals, Excise, Cashew Industry, and Labour Courts. 
Mr. N. K. Premachandran, Minister for Water Resources
Irrigation, Command Area Development Authority, Ground Water Development, and Water Supply and Sanitation. 
Mr. Jose Thettayil, Minister for Transport
Road Transport, Motor Vehicles and Water Transport.
Mr. C. Divakaran, Minister for Food & Civil Supplies
Food and Civil Supplies, Consumer Protection, Dairy Developments, Milk Co-operatives, and Animal Husbandry.
Mr. A.K. Balan, Minister for Welfare of Backward & Scheduled Communities
Welfare of Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes, and Electricity.
Mr. Binoy Viswam, Minister for Forests
Forest, Wild Life Protection, and Housing. 
Mr. M. A. Baby, Minister for Education
General Education, Collegiate Education, Technical Education, Universities except Agricultural University, Entrance Examinations, Literacy Movement, National Cadet Corps, Cultural Affairs, Archives and Archaeology, Museum and Zoos, and Kerala State Film Development Corporation.
Mr. Paloli Mohammedkutty, Minister for Local Self Government
Panchayats, Municipalities and Corporations, Town Planning, Regional Development Authorities, Kerala Institute of Local Administration, Rural Development, Wakf and Haj Pilgrimage, and Welfare of Minorities. 
Mr. M. Vijayakumar, Minister for Law 
Law, Public Works, Sports and Parliamentary Affairs.
Mr. S. Sarma, Minister for Fisheries
Fisheries, Harbour Engineering, and Registration.
Ms. P. K. Sreemathy, Minister for Health and Family Welfare
Health, Family Welfare, Medical Education, Indigenous Medicines, Drugs Control, Pollution Control, Homoeopathy, and Naturopathy and Social Welfare.
Mr. Ramachandran Kadannappally, Minister for Devaswoms
Devaswoms and Printing and Stationery
V. Surendran Pillai, Minister for Ports and Youth Affairs
Ports and Youth Affairs

Notes: Mr. Surendran Pillai was sworn in as Minister on August 3, 2010 after Public Works Minister Mr. P. J. Joseph was dropped from the Ministry on April 30, 2010 following decision of his party to quit the LDF. The Chief Minister allocated the Public Works portfolio to the Finance Minister on June 17. This was subsequently reallocated to Vijayakumar. Vijayakumar's portfolios Ports and Youth Affairs were assigned to the new Minister V. Surendran Pillai.

Mr. P. J. Joseph had returned as Minister of Public Works on August 17, 2009 after Mr. Mons Joseph stepped down as Minister for Public Works on August 16, 2009. Mon's predecessor T. U. Kuruvila had resigned on September 3, 2007. He had become Public Works Minister on September 15, 2006, after P. J. Joseph resigned as Public Works Minister on September 5, 2006 following certain allegations raised against him. (He was later aquitted of the charges.)

Mr. Jose Thettayil assumed charge as Minister on August 17, 2009 after Mr. Mathew T. Thomas resigned as Minister for Transport on March 16, 2009.

Mr. Ramachandran Kadannappally assumed charge on August 17. He was allocated Devaswoms which was being handled by Mr. G. Sudhakaran. With the induction of Kadannapppally, the size of Cabinet rose to 20.

Mr. Achuthanandan was sworn in as Chief Minister on May 18, 2006.

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