List of Chief Ministers of Karnataka 1947-2022
Here is the complete updated List of Chief Ministers of Karnataka
|Basavaraj Bommai||28 Jul 2021||Present|
|B. S. Yeddyurappa||26 Jul 2019||26 Jul 2021|
|H. D. Kumaraswamy||23 May 2018||23 Jul 2019|
|B. S. Yeddyurappa||17 May 2018||23 May 2018|
|Siddaramaiah||13 May 2013||15 May 2018|
|Jagadish Shettar||12 Jul 2012||12 May 2013|
|D. V. Sadananda Gowda||04 Aug 2011||12 Jul 2012|
|B. S. Yeddyurappa||30 May 2008||31 Jul 2011|
|President’s rule||20 Nov 2007||27 May 2008|
|B. S. Yeddyurappa||12 Nov 2007||19 Nov 2007|
|President’s rule||09 Oct 2007||11 Nov 2007|
|H. D. Kumaraswamy||03 Feb 2006||08 Oct 2007|
|Dharam Singh||28 May 2004||28 Jan 2006|
|S. M. Krishna||11 Oct 1999||28 May 2004|
|J. H. Patel||31 May 1996||07 Oct 1999|
|H. D. Deve Gowda||11 Dec 1994||31 May 1996|
|M. Veerappa Moily||19 Nov 1992||11 Dec 1994|
|S. Bangarappa||17 Oct 1990||19 Nov 1992|
|President’s rule||10 Oct 1990||17 Oct 1990|
|Veerendra Patil||30 Nov 1989||10 Oct 1990|
|President’s rule||21 Apr 1989||30 Nov 1989|
|S. R. Bommai||13 Aug 1988||21 Apr 1989|
|Ramakrishna Hegde||16 Feb 1986||10 Aug 1988|
|Ramakrishna Hegde||08 Mar 1985||13 Feb 1986|
|Ramakrishna Hegde||10 Jan 1983||29 Dec 1984|
|R. Gundu Rao||12 Jan 1980||06 Jan 1983|
|D. Devaraj Urs||28 Feb 1978||07 Jan 1980|
|President’s rule||31 Dec 1977||28 Feb 1978|
|D. Devaraj Urs||20 Mar 1972||31 Dec 1977|
|President’s rule||19 Mar 1971||20 Mar 1972|
|Veerendra Patil||29 May 1968||18 Mar 1971|
|S. Nijalingappa||21 Jun 1962||28 May 1968|
|S. R. Kanthi||14 Mar 1962||20 Jun 1962|
|B. D. Jatti||16 May 1958||09 Mar 1962|
|S. Nijalingappa||01 Nov 1956||16 May 1958|
|Kadidal Manjappa||19 Aug 1956||31 Oct 1956|
|K. Hanumanthaiah||30 Mar 1952||19 Aug 1956|
|K. Chengalaraya Reddy||25 Oct 1947||30 Mar 1952|
Chief Ministers of Karnataka Important Facts for UPSC
Chief Ministers of Karnataka
Facts about CM of Karnataka
|B.S. Yediyurappa||He has the shortest tenure of any CM in 2018 with only 2.5 days of service.|
|D. Devaraj Urs||He was the Chief Minister for the longest period of time, nearly seven years in the 1970s.|
|Ramakrishna Hegde||The most terms served were three discontinuous terms.|
|Veerendra Patil||largest gap between the two terms it was about 17 years|
|B. D. Jatti||Served as the fifth Vice President of the nation.|
|H. D. Deve Gowda||shortened his term as Chief Minister (1994–1996) in order to become India’s Prime Minister|
Chief Ministers of Karnataka
The chief executive of the Indian state of Karnataka is known as the chief minister. According to the Indian Constitution, the chief minister has de facto executive authority even if the governor is a state’s de jure head. The party (or coalition) with the majority of seats is often invited by the state’s governor to form the government after elections for the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. The assembly holds the chief minister’s council of ministers collectively accountable, and the governor appoints the chief minister. The chief minister’s tenure is for five years with no term limitations because the legislature has given him its support.
Basavaraj Bommai was introduced as Karnataka’s 23rd chief minister. He is also a member of the powerful Lingayat ethnic group. Basavaraj Bommai was sworn in as the 23rd Chief Minister of Karnataka at the Raj Bhawan following B.S. Yediyurappa’s resignation from the position. The current chief minister of the state, like the departing chief minister B.S. Yediyurappa, is a member of the politically significant Lingayat community.
Karnataka Chief Ministers: FAQs
Q Who is Chief Minister of Karnataka now?
Ans. Basavaraj Bommai is the Chief Minister of Karnataka
Q Who is the present home minister of Karnataka 2022?
Ans. Home Minister of Karnataka is Araga Jnanendra
Q Who is education minister of India?
Ans. Shri Dharmendra Pradhan is the Education Minister of India
Q Who is the medical Minister of Karnataka?
Ans. Sudhakar Keshava Sudhakar is serving as the Minister of Medical Education and Health of Karnataka.
Q Who is the education minister in Karnataka?
Ans. Nagesh is the education Minister in Karnataka. In the district of Tumkur, Nagesh was born. He graduated with a degree in engineering from B.M.S. College of Engineering, and while a student, he participated in the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).
Q Who is the railway Minister of Karnataka?
Ans. Suresh Angadi is the railway Minister of Karnataka
Q Who is food Minister of Karnataka?
Ans. Umesh Vishwanath Katti is the food Minister of Karnataka
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