Chief Minister of Kerala (1957-2023):

Kerala General Knowledge: Kerala is a province of India. Its capital is Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum). Malayalam is the main language here. Apart from Hindus and Muslims, Christians also live here in large numbers. A beautiful terrain lies between the Arabian Sea and the Sahyadri mountain ranges on the south-western border of India. The area of ​​this state is 38863 square kilometer. The state is also known as the "Garden of Spices" due to the high production of spices in Kerala, the spices of Kerala are famous in all parts of India as well as are shipped abroad.

Quick Info About Chief Ministers of Kerala:-

Current Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan
Political Party Marxist Communist Party
Oath taking date 25 May 2016
First Chief Minister Panampilli Govind Menon

History of Kerala: Before independence, there were princely states in Kerala. In July 1949, the state of 'Tirukochi' was formed by joining the princely states of Thiruvitankur and Cochin. At that time the Malabar region was only a district of the Madras State (present-day Tamil Nadu). Malabar was also added to Tirukochi in November 1956, thus forming the present-day Kerala.

Kerala is the world's first Baby Friendly State recognized by UNICEF and World Health Organization. Its major neighboring states are Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Chief Minister of Kerala: Pinarayi Vijayan is the current Chief Minister of Kerala. Pinarayi Vijayan was sworn in as the 12th Chief Minister of Kerala on 25 May 2016.

List of Chief Ministers of Cochin:

Name of chief minister Take office Post free
Panampilli Govind Menon 01 September 1947 October 1947
TK Nair 27 October 1947 20 September 1948

List of Chief Ministers of Kerala from the year 1957 till date:

Name of chief minister Take over Post free Political party
E. M. S. Namboodiripat April 5, 1957 July 31, 1959 Communist Party of India
Pattam Tanu Pillai February 22, 1960 September 26, 1962 Praja Socialist Party
R. Shankar September 26, 1962 September 10, 1964 Indian National Congress
E. M. S. Namboodiripat ♥ March 6, 1967 November 1, 1969 Communist Party of India (Marxist)
C Achyuta Menon November 1, 1969 August 1, 1970 Communist Party of India
C Achyuta Menon ♥ October 1, 1970 March 25, 1977 Communist Party of India
K. Karunakaran March 25, 1977 April 25, 1977 Indian National Congress
AK Antony April 27, 1977 October 27, 1978 Indian National Congress
P.K. Vasudevan Nair October 29, 1978 October 7, 1979 Communist Party of India
C. H. Muhammad Koya October 12, 1979 December 1, 1979 Indian Union Muslim League
E. K. Nayanar January 25, 1980 October 20, 1981 Communist Party of India (Marxist)
K. Karunakaran ♥ December 28, 1981 March 17, 1982 Indian National Congress
K. Karunakaran ♥ May 24, 1982 March 25, 1987 Indian National Congress
E. K. Nayanar ♥ March 26, 1987 June 17, 1991 Communist Party of India (Marxist)
K. Karunakaran ♥ June 24, 1991 March 16, 1995 Indian National Congress
AK Antony ♥ March 22, 1995 May 9, 1996 Indian National Congress
E. K. Nayanar ♥ May 20, 1996 May 13, 2001 Communist Party of India (Marxist)
AK Antony ♥ May 17, 2005 August 29, 2004 Indian National Congress
Umman Chandy August 31, 2004 May 18, 2006 Indian National Congress
VS Achuthanantan May 18, 2006 May 14 2011 Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Umman Chandy 18 May 2011 25 May 2016 Indian National Congress
Pinarayi Vijayan 25 May 2016 Posted Marxist Communist Party

Note: The person who has ♥ in front of him has been re-elected to the post of Chief Minister.

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