Tamil Nadu Ministers List 2023 | TN Latest UpdatesEdited by: KIRUTHIKA
TN Ministers 2023: A politician who oversees a ministry and collaborates with other ministers to develop and carry out policy decisions is known as a minister. The head of state may also be a minister in some jurisdictions and may go by the titles of “prime minister,” “premier,” “chief minister,” “chancellor,” or other titles.
The chief minister of Tamil Nadu, M.K. Stalin, who also serves as the State Cabinet’s head, leads the Tamil Nadu Council of Ministers, the state’s executive body. On May 7, 2021, DMK leader MK Stalin was appointed Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.33 ministers will be part of his government. The list of all ministers of Tamil Nadu, along with their respective ministries, is shown below.
35th Ministers in MK Stalin Cabinet – Latest Update 2023
On December 14, Udhayanidhi Stalin was sworn in as the 35th minister in Stalin’s cabinet. He receives funding for juvenile welfare and athletic development. In the past, Siva V. Meyyanathan managed the portfolios.
Highlights Of Tamil Nadu Cabinet Ministers
Facts about the Tamil Nadu ministers list 2023.
- Governor: Banwarilal Purohit
- Chief Minister: MK Stalin
- Ruling Party: Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK)
- Number of Ministers: 35
Latest Tamil Nadu Ministers List 2023
The TN ministers from the DMK government, led by MK Stalin, are mentioned below.
|S. No.||Tamil Nadu Ministers Name||Designation||Departments|
|1.||M.K. Stalin||Chief Minister||Public, General Administration, Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service, Other Indian Services, District Revenue Officers, Police, Home, Special Initiatives, Special Programme Implementation, and Welfare of Differently abled persons.|
|2.||Duraimurugan||Minister for Water Resources||Irrigation Projects include small Irrigation, Legislative Assembly, Governor and Ministry, Elections and Passports, Minerals, and Mines.|
|3||K.N. Nehru||Minister for Municipal Administration||Municipal Administration, Urban and Water Supply.|
|4||I. Periyasamy||Minister for Cooperation||Co-operation, Statistics, and Ex-Servicemen Welfare|
|5||K. Ponmudi||Minister for Higher Education||Higher Education including Technical Education, Electronics, Science, and Technology|
|6||E.V. Velu||Minister for Public Works||Public Works (Buildings, Highways, and Minor Ports)|
|7||M.R.K. Panneerselvam||Minister for Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare||Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Agro Service Co-operatives, Horticulture, Sugarcane Excise, Sugarcane Development, and Waste Land Development|
|8||K.K.S.S.R Ramachandran||Minister for Revenue and Disaster Management||Revenue, District Revenue Establishment, Deputy Collectors, Disaster Management|
|9||Thangam Thennarasu||Minister for Industries||Industries, Tamil Official Language and Tamil Culture, Archeology.|
|10||S. Reghupathy||Minister for Law||Law, Courts, Prisons, and Prevention of Corruption|
|11||S. Muthusamy||Minister for Housing and Urban Development||Housing, Rural Housing, Town Planning projects, and Housing Development, Accommodation Control, Town Planning, Urban Development, and Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority.|
|12||K.R. Periakaruppan||Minister for Rural Development||Rural Development, Panchayats and Panchayat Unions, Poverty Alleviation Programmes, Rural Indebtedness.|
|13||T.M. Anbarasan||Minister for Rural Industries||Rural Industries including cottage industries, small Industries, and Slum Clearance Boards.|
|14||M.P. Swaminathan||Minister for Information & Publicity||Information & Publicity, Film Technology and Cinematograph Act, Newsprint Control, Stationery and Printing, Government Press.|
|15||P. Geetha Jeevan||Minister for Social Welfare & Women Empowerment||Women and Children Welfare including Social Welfare, Orphanages and Correctional Administration, Integrated Child Development Scheme and Beggar Homes and Social Reforms & Nutritious Meal Programme|
|16||Anitha R. Radhakrishnan||Minister for Fisheries – Fishermen Welfare and Animal Husbandry||Fisheries and Fisheries Development Corporation and Animal Husbandry|
|17||S.R. Rajakannappan||Minister for Transport||Transport, Nationalised Transport and Motor Vehicles Act.|
|18||K. Ramachandran||Minister for Forests||Forests|
|19||R. Sakkarapani||Minister for Food and Civil Supplies||Food and Civil Supplies, Consumer Protection and Price Control|
|20||V. Senthilbalaji||Minister for Electricity, Prohibition & Excise||Electricity, Non-Conventional Energy Development, Prohibition and Excise, Molasses|
|21||R. Gandhi||Minister for Handlooms and Textiles||Handlooms and Textiles, Khadi and Village Industries Board, Boodhan and Gramadhan.|
|22||Ma. Subramanian||Minister for Medical and Family Welfare||Health, Medical Education, and Family Welfare|
|23||P. Moorthy||Minister for Commercial Taxes and Registration||Commercial Taxes, Registration and Stamp Act, Weights and Measures, Debt Relief including legislation on Money lending, Chits, and Registration of Companies|
|24||S.S. Sivasankar||Minister for Backward Classes Welfare||Backward Classes Welfare, Most Backward Classes Welfare, and Denotified Communities Welfare|
|25||P.K. Sekarbabu||Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments||Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments|
|26||Palanivel Thiagarajan||Minister for Finance and Human Resources Management||Finance, Planning, Personnel, and Administrative Reforms, Pensions, and Pension allowances.|
|27||S.M. Nasar||Minister for Milk & Dairy Development||Milk and Diary Development|
|28||Gingee K.S. Masthan||Minister for Minorities Welfare and Non-Resident Tamils Welfare||Minorities Welfare, Non-Resident Tamils Welfare, Refugees & Evacuees, and Wakf Board|
|29||Thiru Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi||Minister for School Education||School Education|
|30||Siva. V. Meyyanathan||Minister for Environment – Climate Change and Youth Welfare and Sports Development||Environment and Pollution Control, Youth Welfare and Sports Development|
|31||C.V. Ganesan||Minister for Labour Welfare and Skill Development||Labour Welfare, Population, Employment and Training, Census, Urban and Rural Employment|
|32||T. Mano Thangaraj||Minister for Information Technology||Information Technology|
|33||M. Mathiventhan||Minister for Tourism||Tourism and Tourism Development Corporation|
|34||N. Kayalvizhi Selvaraj||Minister for Adi Dravidar Welfare||Adi Dravidar Welfare, Hill Tribes, and Bonded Labour Welfare.|
|34||Udhayanidhi Stalin (New)||Minister for Youth Welfare and Sports Development||Youth Welfare, Sports Development, Special Programme Implementation Department & Poverty Alleviation Programme, and Rural Indebtedness|
Government of Tamil Nadu | E-Governance
M. K. Stalin is the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. Munishwar Nath Bhandari serves as the acting Chief Justice of the Madras High Court. The chief secretary is IAS-certified V. Irai Anbu.
The Tamil Nadu E-Governance Agency is the body that aids e-governance efforts in Tamil Nadu. As part of the e-governance program, a sizable number of public records, including land ownership records, have been digitalized. All key administrative offices, including local governing bodies and numerous government ministries, have adopted computerization.
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