List of Chief Ministers of Goa (1963-2023): First Female CM of Goa, First Chief Minister of Goa

Sri Dayanand Bandodkar was the first chief minister of Goa served from 20th December 1963 to 2nd December 1966. Shashikala Kakodkar was the first female chief minister of Goa. Let’s uncover the list of all chief ministers of Goa starting from 1963 to 2023.

Pramod Sawant took the oath as the Chief Minister of Goa for the second time on March 28, 2022. We are listing below all chief ministers of Goa starting from 1963 to 2023.

List of Chief Ministers of Goa (1963-2023)

Check below the list of all CM of Goa for the period 1963-2023:

SL. No Name of CM Period Party
1. Dayanand Bandodkar 20 December 1963 to 2 December 1966

5 April 1967 to 23 March 1972

23 March 1972 to 12 August 1973

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party
2. Shashikala Kakodkar 12 August 1973 to 7 June 1977

7 June 1977 to 27 April 1979

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party
3. Pratapsingh Rane 16 January 1980 to 7 January 1985

7 January 1985 to 30 May 1987

30 May 1987 to 9 January 1990

9 January 1990 to 27 March 1990

Indian National Congress
4. Churchill Alemao 27 March 1990 to 14 April 1990 Progressive Democratic Front
5. Luis Proto Barbosa 14 April 1990 to 14 December 1990 Progressive Democratic Front
6. Ravi S. Naik 25 January 1991 to 18 May 1993 Indian National Congress
7. Wilfred de Souza 18 May 1993 to 2 April 1994 Indian National Congress
8. Ravi S. Naik 2 April 1994 to 8 April 1994 Indian National Congress
9. Wilfred de Souza 8 April 1994 to 16 December 1994 Indian National Congress
10. Pratapsingh Rane 16 December 1994 to 29 July 1998 Indian National Congress
11. Wilfred de Souza 29 July 1998 to 23 November 1998 Goa Rajiv Congress Party
12. Luizinho Faleiro 26 November 1998 to 8 February 1999

9 June 1999 to 24 November 1999

Indian National Congress
13. Francisco Sardinha 24 November 1999 to 23 October 2000 Goa People’s Congress
14. Manohar Parrikar 24 October 2000 to 3 June 2002

3 June 2002 to 2 February 2005

Bharatiya Janata Party
15. Pratapsingh Rane 3 February 2005 to 4 March 2005

7 June 2005 to 7 June 2007

Indian National Congress
16. Digambar Kamat 8 June 2007 to 8 March 2012 Indian National Congress
17. Manohar Parrikar 9 March 2012 to 8 November 2014 Bharatiya Janata Party
18. Laxmikant Parsekar 8 November 2014 to 11 March 2017 Bharatiya Janata Party
19. Manohar Parrikar 14 March 2017 to 17 March 2019 Bharatiya Janata Party
20. Pramod Sawant 19 March 2019 to 28th March 2022 Bharatiya Janata Party
20. Pramod Sawant 28th March 2022 Bharatiya Janata Party

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GK Questions on Chief Ministers of Goa

Question 1: Who was the first chief minister of Goa?

Answer: Sri Dayanand Bandodkar

Question 2: Who was the first female chief minister of Goa?

Answer: Shashikala Kakodkar

Question 3: Who is current chief minister of Goa?

Answer: Pramod Sawant from BJP

Question 4: How many members are there in Goa Legislative Assembly?

Answer: 40

Question 5: Who is the speaker of Goa Legislative Assembly?

Answer: Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar

Question 6: Who is the Governor of Goa?

Answer:  Shri P.S.Sreedharan Pillai

Current Cabinet Ministers of Goa

Dr. Pramod Sawant Honourable Chief Minister of Goa
Shri. Subhash Phal Dessai Honourable Minister
Shri. Nilkanth Halarnkar Honourable Minister
Shri. Ramkrishna Alias Sudin Dhavalikar Honourable Minister
Shri. Atanasio Monserrate Honourable Minister
Shri. Govind Gaude Honourable Minister
Shri. Rohan Khaunte Honourable Minister
Shri. Subhash Shirodkar Honourable Minister
Shri. Nilesh Cabral Honourable Minister
Shri. Ravi Naik Honourable Minister
Shri. Mauvin Godinho Honourable Minister
Shri. Vishwajit P. Rane Honourable Minister

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