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Kerala Council of Ministers-- 2016-2021

Name of the Cabinet Minister and Portfolios
Mr. Pinarayi Vijayan, Chief Minister
General Administration, All India Services, Planning and Economic Affairs, Science, Technology and Environment, Scientific Institutes, Personnel and Administrative Reforms, Election, Integration, Information Technology, Sainik Welfare, Distress Relief, State Hospitality, Airports, Metro Rail, Inter State River Waters, Information and Public Relations, Non-Resident Keralites Affairs, Home, Vigilance, Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice, Fire and Rescue Services, Prisons, Printing and Stationery, Youth Affairs  and subjects not mentioned elsewhere.
Mr. E. P. Jayarajan, Minister for Industries
Industries (including Industrial Co-operatives) Commerce, Handloom and Textiles, Mining and Geology, Khadi and Village Industries, Youth Affairs and Sports
Mr. T. M. Thomas Isaac, Minister for Finance and Coir
Finance, National Savings, Stores Purchase, Commercial Taxes, Agricultural Income Tax, Treasuries, Lotteries, State Audit, Kerala Financial Corporation, KSFE, State Insurance, Stamps And Stamp Duties and Coir
Mr. V. S. Sunil Kumar, Minister for Agriculture
Agriculture, Soil Survey & Soil Conservation, Agricultural University, Warehousing Corporation and Veterinary University
Mr. P. ThilothamanMinister for Food and Civil Supplies
Food and Civil Supplies, Consumer Affairs and Legal Metrology
Mr. K. Raju, Minister for Forests, Animal Husbandry and Zoos
Forests, Wildlife Protection, Animal husbandry, Dairy Development, Milk- Co-operatives and Zoos
Mr. T. P. Ramakrishnan, Minister for Labour and Excise
Labour and Skills, Employment and Training, Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation, Factories and Boilers, Insurance Medical Service, Industrial Tribunals, Excise and Labour Courts.
Mr. Kadakampally Surendran, Minister for Cooperation, Tourism and Devaswoms
Cooperation,  Tourism and Devaswoms
Mr. A. C. Moideen, Minister for Local Self Government
Panchayats, Municipalities and Corporations, Town planning, Regional Development Authorities and Kerala Institute of Local Administration
Mr. E. Chandrasekharan, Minister for Revenue and Housing
Land Revenue, Survey and Land Records, Land Reforms and Housing
Mr. K. T. Jaleel, Minister for Higher Education and Welfare of Minorities
Collegiate Education, Technical Education, Universities (Except Agricultural, Veterinary, Fisheries and Medical), Entrance Examinations, National Cadet Corps, Additional Skill Acquisition Programme, Welfare of Minorities, Wakf and Haj Pilgrimage.
Mr. C. Raveendranath, Minister for Education
General Education and Literacy Movement
Ms. J. Mercy Kutty Amma, Minister for Fisheries, Habour Engineering and Cashew Industry
Fisheries, Harbour Engineering, Cashew Industry and  Fisheries University
Mr. K. Krishnankutty, Minister for Water Resources
Irrigation, CADA, Ground Water Development, Water Supply and Sanitation, Inland Navigation (Construction of Waterways), Kerala Shipping and Inland Navigation Corporation.
Mr. G. Sudhakaran, Minister for Works
Public Works, Registration, Post and Telegraphs and Railways
Mr. A. K. Balan, Minister for Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes, Law, Culture and Parliamentary Affairs
Welfare of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes  and Backward Classes, Law, Culture, Parliamentary Affairs and KSFDC
Ms. K. K. Shylaja, Minister for Health and Family Welfare
Health, Family Welfare, Social Justice, Medical Education, Indigenous Medicine, Medical University, Drugs Control, Ayush, Women and Children.
Mr. A. K. Saseendran, Minister for Transport
Road Transport, Motor Vehicles and Water Transport
Mr. Ramachandran Kadannappally, Minister for Ports, Museums, Archeology and Archives
Ports, Museums, Archives and Archaeology
Mr. M. M. Mani, Minister for Electricity
Notes: E. P. Jayarajan resigned as Industries Minister on October 14, 2016 following allegations of nepotism.  M. M. Mani was sworn in as Electricity Minister on Nov. 22, 2016 and Industries was allocated to A. C. Moideen. Cooperation and Tourism handled by Mr. Moideen was allocated to Kadakampally Surendran who was handling Electricity and Devaswom. Mr. Surendran retained Devaswom.
Transport Minister A. K. Saseendran resigned on March 26, 2017 over lewd phone conversation with a woman. He was re-inducted on February 1, 2018 after a court acquitted him on withdrawal of  petition by the complainant. Thomas Chandy, who became Transport Minister following resignation of Mr. Saseendran, resigned  on November 15, 2017 over allegations of land grab.
E. P. Jayarajan was re-inducted to the Cabinet as Industries Minister on August 14, 2018. Higher Education was taken away from C. Raveendranath and allocated to K. T. Jaleel. Local Administration, handled by Mr. Jaleel was handed over to Mr. Moideen.
Mr. Mathew T. Thomas resigned as Minister for Water Resources on November 26, 2018, on the basis of a party decision, and K. Krishnankutty of his party replaced him the next day.
Mr. K. T. Jaleel resigned as Minister on April 13, 2021 after the Lok Ayukta found him guilty of nepotism and his portfolios were handled by the Chief Minister until new LDF Government assumed office on May 20, 2021.

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