Indian Ministries and their objective

Indian Ministries and their objective, Ministries are usually immediate subdivisions of the cabinet (the executive branch of the government), and subordinate to its chief executive who is called prime minister, chief minister, president, minister-president or (federal) chancellor.

Indian Ministries and their objective

Indian Ministries and their objective

1.Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers WelfareDepartment of Agriculture Research and Education Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheriesto replicate the agricultural e-governance projects being carried in different states at a national level and through a variety of media.basic and operation research, technological development, improving linkages between various organisations and state governments across the country. to increase the productivity of livestock and aquaculture.
2.Ministry of AYUSHto development of Education and Research in Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani,  Siddha and Homeopathy.
3.Ministry of Chemicals and FertilisersDepartment of Chemicals and PetrochemicalsDepartment of Fertilisers Department of Pharmaceuticalsresponsibility of planning, development and regulations of the chemicals, petrochemicals and pharmaceutical industry sector. covering planning, promotion and development of the fertiliser industry. to the development of the Pharmaceutical Sector in the country and to regulate various complex issues related to pricing.
4.Ministry of Civil Aviationfor devising and implementing schemes for the orderly growth and expansion of civil air transport.
5.Ministry of Coalexploration of coal and lignite reserves in India, production, supply, distribution and price of coal.
6.Ministry of Commerce and IndustryDepartment of CommerceDepartment of Industrial Policy & Promotionfor foreign trade policy and responsibilities relating to multilateral and bilateral commercial relations, state trading, export promotion measures, and development and regulation of certain export-oriented industries and commodities.for growth of the industrial sector, keeping in view the national priorities and socio-economic objectives.
7.Ministry of CommunicationsDepartment of PostsDepartment of Telecommunicationsfor products under posts, remittance, savings, insurance and philately.licensing and coordination matters relating to telegraphs, telephones, wireless, data, facsimile and telematic services and other like forms of communications.
8.Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public DistributionDepartment of Food and Public DistributionDepartment of Consumer Affairsfor the farmers and supply of food grains at reasonable prices to the consumers through the public distribution system.the policies for Consumer Cooperatives, Monitoring Prices, availability of essential commodities
9.Ministry of Corporate AffairsIt is responsible mainly for the regulation of Indian enterprises in the Industrial and Service sector.
10.Ministry of Culturepreservation and promotion of art and culture.
11.Department of DefenceDepartment of DefenceDepartment of Defence Production Department of Defence Research & Development Department of Ex-Servicemen WelfareFor Security of India.
12.Ministry for Development of North Eastern Region
13.Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitationfor the overall policy, planning, funding and coordination of programmes of drinking water and sanitation in the country.
14.Ministry of Earth SciencesIndia Meteorological Departmentto look after Atmospheric Sciences, Ocean Science & Technology and Seismology in an integrated manner.
15.Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
16.Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Changefor planning, promoting, coordinating and overseeing the implementation of environmental and forestry programmes in the country.
17.Ministry of External affairsresponsible for the conduct of foreign relations of India.
18.Ministry of FinanceDepartment of Economic AffairsDepartment of Expenditure Department of Revenue Department of Financial Services Department of Investment and Public Asset Managementto monitor country’s economic policies and programmes having a bearing on domestic and international aspects of economic management. To preparation and presentation of the Union Budget to the parliament and budget for the state Governments under President’s Rule and union territory administrations. Overseeing the public financial management system (PFMS) in the Central Government and matters connected with the finances. overall direction and control of the Revenue. covers Banks, Insurance and Financial Services provided by various government agencies and private corporations. at proper management of Centre’s investments in equity including its disinvestment in central public sector undertakings.
19.Ministry of food processing industriesresponsible for formulation and administration of the rules and regulations and laws relating to food processing in India.
20.Ministry of Health and Family WelfareDepartment of Health research

Department of Health and Family Welfare
health care, including awareness campaigns, immunisation campaigns, preventive medicine, and responsible for aspects relating to family welfare, especially in reproductive health, maternal health, paediatrics, information, education and communications
21.Ministry of heavy industries and public enterprises
22.Ministry of Home AffairsDepartment of Border Management     Department of Home   Department of Internal Security Department of Jammu & Kashmir Affairs   Department of Official Language       Department of StatesBorder Management, dealing with the management of borders, including coastal borders. Dealing with the notification of assumption of office by the President and Vice-President, notification of the appointment of the Prime Minister and other Ministers, etc dealing with police, law and order and rehabilitation. dealing with the constitutional provisions in respect of the State of Jammu & Kashmir and all other matters relating to the State excluding those with which the Ministry of External Affairs is concerned. Dealing with the implementation of the provisions of the Constitution relating to official languages and the provisions of the Official Languages Act, 1963. Dealing with Centre-State relations, Inter-State relations, Union Territories and Freedom Fighters’ pension.
23.Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairsrules and regulations and laws relating to the housing and urban development in India.
24.Ministry of Human Resource DevelopmentDepartment of Higher Education Department of school education and literacydeals with university education, technical education, scholarship with primary, secondary and higher secondary education, adult education and literacy,
25.Ministry of Information and Broadcastingrules and regulations and laws relating to information, broadcasting, the press and films in India.
26.Ministry of Labour and Employmentresponsible to protect and safeguard the interest of workers in general and the poor, deprived and disadvantaged sections of the society.
27.Ministry of Law and JusticeDepartment of Legal Affairs,Legislative Department, and Department of JusticeThe Legislative Department is mainly concerned with drafting of all principal legislation for the Central Government i.e. Bills to be introduced in Parliament.Department of justice related to the appointment of various judges at various courts in India, maintenance and revision of the conditions and rules of service of the judges and other related areas
28.Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprisesregulations and laws relating to micro, small and medium enterprises in India.
29.Ministry of Minesregulations and laws relating to mines in India.
30.Ministry of Minority Affairs
31.Ministry of New and Renewable Energyresponsible for research and development, intellectual property protection, and international cooperation, promotion, and coordination in renewable energy sources such as wind power, small hydro, biogas, and solar power.
32.Ministry of Panchayati Rajis a branch of the Government of India looking after the ongoing process of decentralisation and local governance in the States.
33.Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
34.Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and PensionsDepartment of Personnel and TrainingDepartment of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievancesconcerning recruitment, training, career development, staff welfare as well as the post retirement dispensation.
35.Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gasresponsible for the exploration, production, refining, distribution, marketing, import, export, and conservation of petroleum, natural gas, petroleum products, and liquefied natural gas in India.
36.Ministry of Poweroverseeing electricity production and infrastructure development, including generation, transmission, and delivery, as well as maintenance projects. India faces challenges in electrical supply and delivery, and is often unable to meet demand, even in very large cities.
37.Ministry of Railways
38.Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
39.Ministry of Rural DevelopmentDepartment of Rural DevelopmentDepartment of Land Resourcesaccelerating the socio-economic development of rural India. Its focus is on health, education, drinking water, housing and roads.
40.Ministry of Science and TechnologyDepartment of BiotechnologyDepartment of Scientific and Industrial Research Department of Science and Technologyformulation and administration of the rules and regulations and laws relating to science and technology in India.
41.Ministry of ShippingThe Ministry of Shipping encompasses within it the shipping and port sectors which include shipbuilding and repair,major ports,national waterways and inland water transport.The ministry has been entrusted with the responsibility to formulate policies and programmes on these subjects and their implementation.
42.Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurshipremove the disconnect between demand and supply of skilled manpower, to build the new skills and innovative thinking not only for existing jobs but also for jobs that are to be created.
43.Ministry of Social Justice and EmpowermentDepartment of Empowerment of Persons with DisabilitiesDepartment of Social Justice and EmpowermentIt is responsible for welfare, social justice and empowerment of disadvantaged and marginalised sections of society, including scheduled castes (SC), Other Backward Classes (OBC), the disabled, the elderly, and the victims of drug abuse. The Ministry of Tribal Affairs is responsible for the welfare of scheduled tribes (ST).
44.Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementationconcerned with coverage and quality aspects of statistics released.The surveys conducted by the Ministry are based on scientific sampling methods.
45.Ministry of Steelfor formulating all policies regarding steel production, distribution and pricing in India.
46.Ministry of Textilesresponsible for the formulation of policy, planning, development, export promotion and regulation of the textile industry in India. This includes all natural, artificial, and cellulosic fibers that go into the making of textiles, clothing and Handicrafts.
47.Ministry of Tourismrelating to the development and promotion of tourism in India.
48.Ministry of Tribal AffairsRelated to scheduled tribes
49.Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairsrelating to the housing and urban development in India.
50.Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenationrelating to the development and regulation of the water resources in India.
51.Ministry of Women and Child Developmentrelating to women and child development in India.
52.Ministry of Youth Affairs and SportsDepartment of SportsDepartment of youth affairsTo promote the  youth and sport in india.


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.