|1.||Kysamballi Chengalaraya Reddy||25 October 1947 to 30 March 1952||Indian National Congress|
|2.||Kengal Hanumanthaiah||30 March 1952 to 19 August 1956||Indian National Congress|
|3.||Kadidal Manjappa||19 August 1956 to 31 October 1956||Indian National Congress|
|4.||S.Nijalingappa||1 November 1956 to 16 May 1958||Indian National Congress|
|5.||B.D. Jatti||16 May 1958 to 9 March 1962||Indian National Congress|
|6.||S.R. Kanthi||14 March 1962 to 20 June 1962||Indian National Congress|
|7.||S.Nijalingappa||21 June 1962 to 29 May 1968||Indian National Congress|
|8.||Veerendra Patil||29 May 1968 to 18 March 1971||Indian National Congress|
|9.||D. Devaraj Urs||20 March 1972 to 31 December 1977||Indian National Congress|
|10.||D. Devaraj Urs||28 February 1978 to 7 January 1980||Indian National Congress|
|11.||R. Gundu Rao||12 January 1980 to 6 January 1983||Indian National Congress|
|12.||Ramakrishna Hegde||10 January 1983 to 29 December 1984||Janata|
|13.||Ramakrishna Hegde||8 March 1985 to 13 February 1986||Janata|
|14.||Ramakrishna Hegde||16 February 1986 to 10 August 1988||Janata|
|15.||S. R. Bommai||13 August 1988 to 21 April 1989||Janata|
|16.||Veerendra Patil||30 November 1989 to 10 October 1990||Indian National Congress|
|17.||S.Bangarappa||17 October 1990 to 19 November 1992||Indian National Congress|
|18.||M. Veerappa Moily||19 November 1992 to 11 December 1994||Indian National Congress|
|19.||H.D. Deve Gowda||11 December 1994 to 31 May 1996||Janata Dal|
|20.||J. H. Patel||31 May 1996 to 7 October 1999||Indian National Congress|
|21.||S. M.Krishna||11 October 1999 to 28 May 2004||Indian National Congress|
|22.||Dharam Singh||28 May 2004 to 28 January 2006||Indian National Congress|
|23.||H. D. Kumaraswamy||3 February 2006 to 8 October 2007||Janata Dal (S)|
|24.||B. S. Yeddyurappa||12 November 2007 to 19 November 2007||Bhartiya Janata Party|
|25.||B. S. Yeddyurappa||30 May 2008 to till date||Bhartiya Janata Party|
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