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List of new Cabinet Ministers of India after Reshuffle - Guide 4 Bank Exams


Indian Cabinet has been changed on October 28, 2012. In this mega reshuffle, 22 Ministers, including seven of Cabinet rank, were inducted into the Manmohan Singh government in what is seen as the last such exercise by UPA-II before the 2014 general elections.

Here is the Complete List of Cabinet ministers after the reshuffle :



New Cabinet Ministers : 
  • K. Rahman Khan : Minority affairs 
  • Dinsha J. Patel : Mines 
  • Ajay Maken : Housing and urban poverty alleviation 
  • M.M. Pallam Raju : Human resource development 
  • Ashwani Kumar : Law and justice 
  • Harish Rawat : Water resources 
  • Chandresh Kumari Katoch : Culture 

Changes in PORTFOLIOS OF CABINET MINISTERS 
  • M. Veerappa Moily : Petroleum and natural gas 
  • S. Jaipal Reddy : Science and technology and earth sciences 
  • Kamal Nath : Urban development and parliamentary affairs 
  • Vayalar Ravi : Overseas Indian affairs 
  • Kapil Sibal : Communications and information technology 
  • CP Joshi : Road transport and highways 
  • Kumari Selja : Social justice and empowerment 
  • Pawan Kumar Bansal : Railways 
  • Salman Khurshid : External affairs 
  • Jairam Ramesh : Rural development 

    New Ministers of State (INDEPENDENT CHARGE) 

  • Manish Tewari : Information and broadcasting 
  • K. Chiranjeevi : Tourism 

CHANGES IN PORTFOLIOS OF MINISTERS OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE) 
  • Jyotiraditya Scindia :Power 
  • K.H. Muniappa : Micro, small and medium enterprises 
  • Bharatsinh Madhavsinh Solanki : Drinking water and sanitation 
  • Sachin Pilot : Corporate affairs 
  • Jitendra Singh : Youth affairs and sports 

    NEW MINISTERS OF STATE 
  • Shashi Tharoor : Human resources development 
  • Kodikunnil Suresh : Labour and employment 
  • Tariq Anwar : Agriculture and food processing industries 
  • K.J. Surya Prakash Reddy : Railways 
  • Ranee Narah : Tribal affairs 
  • Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury : Railways 
  • A.H. Khan Choudhury : Health and family welfare 
  • Sarve Sathyanarayana : Road transport and highways 
  • Ninong Ering : Minority affairs 
  • Deepa Dasmunsi : Urban development 
  • Porika Balram Naik :Social justice and empowerment 
  • Killi Kruparani : Communications and information technology 
  • Lalchand Kataria : Defence 

CHANGES IN PORTFOLIOS OF MINISTERS OF STATE 
  • E. Ahmed : External affairs 
  • D. Purandeswari : Commerce and industry 
  • Jitin Prasada : Defence and human resource development 
  • S. Jagatharakshakan : New and renewable energy 
  • RPN. Singh :Home 
  • KC Venugopal : Civil aviation 
  • Rajeev Shukla : Parliamentary affairs and planning
Source : Guide4BankExams

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