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Narendra Modi is the current (14th) Prime Minister of India, since 26 May 2014.
The Prime Minister of India is the chief executive of the Government of India. In India's parliamentary system, the Constitution names the President as head of state de jure, but his de facto executive powers are vested in the Prime Minister and his Council of Ministers. Appointed and sworn-in by the President, the Prime Minister is usually the leader of the party or alliance that has a majority in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of India's Parliament.
Since 1947, India has had fifteen prime ministers, including Gulzarilal Nanda who twice acted in the role. The first was Jawaharlal Nehru of the Indian National Congress party, who was sworn-in on 15 August 1947, when India gained independence from the British. Serving until his death in May 1964, Nehru remains India's longest-serving prime minister. He was succeeded by fellow Congressman Lal Bahadur Shastri, whose 19-month term also ended in death. Indira Gandhi, Nehru's daughter, succeeded Shastri in 1966 to become the country's first woman premier. Over eleven years later, she was voted out of power in favour of the Janata Party, whose leader Morarji Desai became the first non-Congress prime minister. After he resigned in 1979, his former deputy Charan Singh briefly held office until Indira Gandhi was voted back in six months later. Indira Gandhi's second stint as Prime Minister ended five years later on the morning of 31 October 1984, when she was gunned down by her own bodyguards. That evening, her son Rajiv Gandhi was sworn-in as India's youngest premier, and the third from his family.
Rajiv's five-year term ended with his former cabinet colleague, V. P. Singh of the Janata Dal, forming the year-long National Front coalition government in 1989. A six-month interlude under Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar followed, after which the Congress party returned to power, forming the government under P. V. Narasimha Rao in June 1991. Rao's five-year term was succeeded by four short-lived governments—the Bharatiya Janata Party's Atal Bihari Vajpayee for 13 days in 1996, a year each under United Front prime ministers H. D. Deve Gowda and I. K. Gujral, and Vajpayee again for 19 months in 1998–99. After Vajpayee was sworn-in for the third time, in 1999, he managed to lead his National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government to a full five-year term, the first non-Congressman to do so. Vajpayee was succeeded by Congressman Manmohan Singh, the first Sikh premier, whose United Progressive Alliance government was in office for 10 years between 2004 and 2014.
The incumbent Prime Minister of India is Narendra Modi who has headed the BJP-led NDA government since 26 May 2014.


Key

Prime Ministers

Name
(birth–death); constituency
PortraitParty
(Alliance)
Term of officeElections
(Lok Sabha)
Council of
Ministers
Appointed by
1Jawaharlal Nehru
(1889–1964)
MP for Phulpur
Jnehru.jpgIndian National Congress15 August
1947
27 May
1964[†]
16 years, 286 daysNehru ILord Mountbatten
1952 (1st)Nehru IIRajendra Prasad
1957 (2nd)Nehru III
1962 (3rd)Nehru IV
-Gulzarilal Nanda
(1898–1999)
MP for Sabarkantha
Gulzarilal Nanda (cropped).jpgIndian National Congress27 May
1964
9 June
1964
13 days – (3rd)(acting)Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
2Lal Bahadur Shastri
(1904–66)
MP for Allahabad
Lal Bahadur Shastri (cropped).jpgIndian National Congress9 June
1964
11 January
1966[†]
1 year, 216 days – (3rd)Shastri
-Gulzarilal Nanda
(1898–1999)
MP for Sabarkantha
Gulzarilal Nanda (cropped).jpgIndian National Congress11 January
1966
24 January
1966
13 days – (3rd)(acting)
3Indira Gandhi
(1917–84)
MP for Rae Bareli
Indira Gandhi 1977.jpgIndian National Congress24 January
1966
24 March
1977
11 years, 59 days – (3rd)I. Gandhi I
1967 (4th)
1971 (5th)I. Gandhi IIV. V. Giri
4Morarji Desai
(1896–1995)
MP for Surat
Morarji Desai (portrait).pngJanata Party24 March
1977
28 July
1979[RES]
2 years, 126 days1977 (6th)DesaiB. D. Jatti
5Charan Singh
(1902–87)
MP for Baghpat
Charan Singh (cropped).jpgJanata Party (Secular)
with INC
28 July
1979
14 January
1980[RES]
170 days – (6th)C. SinghNeelam Sanjiva Reddy
(3)Indira Gandhi
(1917–84)
MP for Medak
Indira Gandhi 1977.jpgIndian National Congress (I)14 January
1980[§]
31 October
1984[†]
4 years, 291 days1980 (7th)I. Gandhi III
6Rajiv Gandhi
(1944–91)
MP for Amethi
Rajiv Gandhi (1987).jpgIndian National Congress (I)31 October
1984
2 December
1989
5 years, 32 days – (7th)R. GandhiZail Singh
1984 (8th)
7V. P. Singh
(1931–2008)
MP for Fatehpur
V. P. Singh (cropped).jpgJanata Dal
(National Front)
2 December
1989
10 November
1990[NC]
343 days1989 (9th)V. P. SinghR. Venkataraman
8Chandra Shekhar
(1927–2007)
MP for Ballia
Chandra Shekhar (cropped).jpgSamajwadi Janata Party
with INC
10 November
1990
21 June
1991
223 days – (9th)Chandra Shekhar
9P. V. Narasimha Rao
(1921–2004)
MP for Nandyal
P V Narasimha Rao.pngIndian National Congress (I)21 June
1991
16 May
1996
4 years, 330 days1991 (10th)Rao
10Atal Bihari Vajpayee
(born 1924)
MP for Lucknow
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (cropped).jpgBharatiya Janata Party16 May
1996
1 June
1996[RES]
13 days1996 (11th)Vajpayee IShankar Dayal Sharma
11H. D. Deve Gowda
(born 1933)
MP (Rajya Sabha) for Karnataka
Deve Gowda BNC.jpgJanata Dal
(United Front)
1 June
1996
21 April
1997[RES]
324 days– (11th)Deve Gowda
12I. K. Gujral
(1919–2012)
MP (Rajya Sabha) for Bihar
Inder Kumar Gujral 071.jpgJanata Dal
(United Front)
21 April
1997
19 March
1998
332 days – (11th)Gujral
(10)Atal Bihari Vajpayee
(born 1924)
MP for Lucknow
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (cropped).jpgBharatiya Janata Party
(NDA)
19 March
1998[§]
22 May
2004
6 years, 64 days1998 (12th)Vajpayee IIK. R. Narayanan
1999 (13th)Vajpayee III
13Manmohan Singh
(born 1932)
MP (Rajya Sabha) for Assam
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in WEF ,2009 (cropped).jpgIndian National Congress
(UPA)
22 May
2004
26 May
2014
10 years, 4 days2004 (14th)M. Singh IA. P. J. Abdul Kalam
2009 (15th)M. Singh IIPratibha Patil
14Narendra Modi
(born 1950)
MP for Varanasi
Narendra Damodardas Modi (cropped).jpgBharatiya Janata Party
(NDA)
26 May
2014
Incumbent1 year, 64 days2014 (16th)ModiPranab Mukherjee

Presidents of India

 

 
         


The Main Gate of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the official residence of the President of India
The President of India is the head of state and first citizen of India. The President is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces. Although the president is vested such powers by the Constitution of India, the position is largely a ceremonial role and the executive powers are de facto exercised by the Cabinet Ministers and Prime Minister. The post of President is known in Hindi as Rashtrapati, a Sanskrit neologism meaning "lord of the realm". The President is elected by the Electoral College composed of elected members of the parliament houses, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, and also members of the Vidhan Sabha, the state legislative assemblies.
There have been 13 presidents of India since the introduction of the post in 1950. The post was established when India was declared as a republic with the adoption of the Indian constitution. Apart from these thirteen, three acting presidents have also been in office for short periods of time. Varahagiri Venkata Giri became Acting President of India in 1969 following the death of Zakir Hussain, who died in office. Giri was elected President a few months later. He remains the only person to have held office both as a president and acting president. The President may remain in office for a tenure of five years, as stated by article 56, part V, of the constitution of India. In the case where a president's term of office is terminated early or during the absence of the president, the vice president assumes office. By article 70 of part V, the parliament may decide how to discharge the functions of the president where this is not possible, or in any other unexpected contingency. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India, is the only person to have held office for two terms.
Seven presidents have been members of a political party before being elected. Six of these were active party members of the Indian National Congress. The Janata Party has had one member, Neelam Sanjiva Reddy, who later became president. Two presidents, Zakir Hussain and Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, have died in office. Their vice-presidents functioned as acting president until a new president was elected. Following Hussain's death, two acting presidents held office until the new president, Varahagiri Venkata Giri, was elected. Varahagiri Venkata Giri himself, Hussain's vice president, was the first acting president. When Giri resigned to take part in the presidential elections, he was superseded by Muhammad Hidayatullah as acting president. The current President is Pranab Mukherjee elected on 25 July 2012. Mukherjee held various posts in the cabinet ministry for the Government of India such as Finance Minister, Foreign Minister, Defence Minister and Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission. He originally comes from West Bengal and is also the first Bengali to hold the post of the President. The ex- president, Pratibha Patil, who was in office till 25 July 2012, was elected as the 12th President of India in 2007. She is also the first woman to serve as President of India.

Presidents

This list is numbered based on Presidents elected after winning an Indian Presidential election. The terms of Varahagiri Venkata Giri, Muhammad Hidayatullah, and Basappa Danappa Jatti, who have functioned as acting presidents, are therefore not numbered. The President of India does not represent any political party. The colours used in the table indicate the following:
Colour key
Name
(Birth–Death)
PortraitElectedTook officeLeft officeVice President
1Rajendra Prasad
(1884–1963)
Food Minister Rajendra Prasad during a radio broadcast in Dec 1947 cropped.jpg1952
1957
26 January 195012 May 1962Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Prasad, from Bihar, was the first President of independent India. He was also a freedom fighter during the Indian independence movement. Prasad was the only president to serve two terms in office.
2Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
(1888–1975)
Photograph of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan presented to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in 1962.jpg196213 May 196213 May 1967Zakir Hussain
Radhakrishnan was a prominent philosopher and writer and also held the position of vice chancellor of the Andhra University and Banaras Hindu University. He was also made a Knight of the Golden Army of Angels by Pope Paul VI. He received Bharat Ratna award in 1954 before becoming the President.
3Zakir Hussain
(1897–1969)
Dr Zakir Hussain.jpg196713 May 19673 May 1969Varahagiri Venkata Giri
Hussain was vice chancellor of the Aligarh Muslim University and a recipient of Padma Vibhushan and Bharat Ratna. He died in office.
Varahagiri Venkata Giri *
(1894–1980)
VVGiri.png3 May 196920 July 1969
Giri was appointed as Acting President of India following the death of Hussain. He resigned in a few months to take part in the presidential elections.
Mohammad Hidayatullah *
(1905–1992)
No image.png20 July 196924 August 1969
Hidayatullah served as the Chief Justice of India, and was a recipient of the Order of the British Empire. He served as Acting President of India until the election of Giri as the President of India.
4Varahagiri Venkata Giri
(1894–1980)
VVGiri.png196924 August 196924 August 1974Gopal Swarup Pathak
Giri is the only person to have served as both an acting president and president of India. He was a recipient of the Bharat Ratna, and has functioned as Indian Minister of Labour and High Commissioner to Ceylon (Sri Lanka).
5Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed
(1905–1977)
Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, President of India (cropped).jpg197424 August 197411 February 1977Basappa Danappa Jatti
Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed served as a Minister before being elected as president. He died in 1977 before his term of office ended, and was the second Indian president to die in office.
Basappa Danappa Jatti *
(1912–2002)
No image.png11 February 197725 July 1977
Jatti was the vice president of India during Ahmed's term of office, and was sworn in as Acting President of India upon Ahmed's death. He earlier functioned as the Chief Minister for the State of Mysore.
6Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
(1913–1996)
NeelamSanjeevaReddy.jpg197725 July 197725 July 1982Muhammad Hidayatullah
N.S. Reddy was the first Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh State. Reddy was the only Member of Parliament from the Janata Party to get elected from Andhra Pradesh. He was unanimously elected Speaker of the Lok Sabha on 26 March 1977 and relinquished this office on 13 July 1977 to become the 6th President of India.
7Giani Zail Singh
(1916–1994)
Giani Zail Singh (cropped).jpg198225 July 198225 July 1987Ramaswamy Venkataraman
In March 1972, Singh assumed the position of chief Minister of Punjab, and in 1980, he became Union Home Minister. He was also secretary general to Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) from 1983 to 1986
8Ramaswamy Venkataraman
(1910–2009)
R Venkataraman.jpg198725 July 198725 July 1992Shankar Dayal Sharma
In 1942, Venkataraman was jailed by the British for his involvement in the Indian independence movement. After his release, he was elected to independent India’s Provisional Parliament as a member of the Congress Party in 1950 and eventually joined the central government, where he first served as Minister of Finance and Industry and later as Minister of Defence.
9Shankar Dayal Sharma
(1918–1999)
Shankar Dayal Sharma 36.jpg199225 July 199225 July 1997Kocheril Raman Narayanan
Sharma was Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, and the Indian Minister for Communications. He has also served as the governor of Andhra Pradesh, Punjab and Maharashtra.
10Kocheril Raman Narayanan
(1920–2005)
Kocheril Raman Narayanan.jpg199725 July 199725 July 2002Krishan Kant
Narayanan served as India's ambassador to Thailand, Turkey, China and United States of America. He received doctorates in Science and Law and was also a chancellor in several universities. He was also the vice-chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru University.
11A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
(1931–2015)
AbdulKalam.JPG200225 July 200225 July 2007Krishan Kant

Bhairon Singh Shekhawat
Kalam was a scientist who played a leading role in the development of India's ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programs. He also received the Bharat Ratna. Kalam was affectionately known as the People's President.
12Pratibha Patil
(1934–)
PratibhaIndia.jpg200725 July 200725 July 2012Mohammad Hamid Ansari
Patil is the first woman to become the President of India. She was also the first female Governor of Rajasthan.
13Pranab Mukherjee
(1935–)
Secretary Tim Geithner and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee 2010 crop.jpg201225 July 2012IncumbentMohammad Hamid Ansari
Shri Pranab Mukherjee held various posts in the cabinet ministry for the Government of India such as Finance Minister, Foreign Minister, Defence Minister and Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission.

Thursday, 23 July 2015

Competition on behalf of KARGIL VIJAY DIVAS

         Winners of competition held on 23-07-2015

Winners of Speech Competition
1. 1st place    : PRADEEP G B (2nd HESP)
2. 2nd place   : SWAGATH S P (2nd B.COM)

Winners of Patriotic Song Competition
1. 1st place   :  ANANYA (1st EBAC)
2. 2nd place  : SURABHI (2nd HEBA)


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