|1.||Pt. Ravishankar Shukla||1 Nov 1956 to 31 Dec 1956||Indian National Congress|
|2.||Bhagwantrao Mandloi||1 Jan 1957 to 30 Jan 1957||Indian National Congress|
|3.||Kailash Nath Katju||31 Jan 1957 to 14 Mar 1957||Indian National Congress|
|4.||Kailash Nath Katju||14 Mar 1957 to 11 Mar 1962||Indian National Congress|
|5.||Bhagwantrao Mandloi||12 Mar 1962 to 29 Sep 1963||Indian National Congress|
|6.||Dwarka Prasad Mishra||30 Sep 1963 to 8 Mar 1967||Indian National Congress|
|7.||Dwarka Prasad Mishra||9 Mar 1967 to 29 Jul 1967||Indian National Congress|
|8.||Govind Narayan Singh||30 Jul 1967 to 12 Mar 1969||Indian National Congress|
|9.||Raja Nareshchandra Singh||13 Mar 1969 to 25 Mar 1969||Indian National Congress|
|10.||Shyama Charan Shukla||26 Mar 1969 to 28 Jan 1972||Indian National Congress|
|11.||Prakash Chandra Sethi||29 Jan 1972 to 22 Mar 1972||Indian National Congress|
|12.||Prakash Chandra Sethi||23 Mar 1972 to 22 Dec 1975||Indian National Congress|
|13.||Shyama Charan Shukla||23 Dec 1975 to 29 Apr 1977||Indian National Congress|
|14.||Kailash Chandra Joshi||26 Jun 1977 to 17 Jan 1978||Janata Party|
|15.||Virendra Kumar Saklecha||18 Jan 1978 to 19 Jan 1980||Janata Party|
|16.||Sunderlal Patwa||20 Jan 1980 to 17 Feb 1980||Janata Party|
|17.||Arjun Singh||8 Jun 1980 to 10 Mar 1985||Indian National Congress|
|18.||Arjun Singh||11 Mar 1985 to 12 Mar 1985||Indian National Congress|
|19.||Motilal Vora||13 Mar 1985 to 13 Feb 1988||Indian National Congress|
|20.||Arjun Singh||14 Feb 1988 to 24 Jan 1989||Indian National Congress|
|21.||Motilal Vora||25 Jan 1989 to 8 Dec 1989||Indian National Congress|
|22.||Shyama Charan Shukla||9 Dec 1989 to 4 Mar 1990||Indian National Congress|
|23.||Sunderlal Patwa||5 Mar 1990 to 15 Dec 1992||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|24.||Jay Prakash Pandey||16 Dec 1992 to 6 Dec 1993|
|25.||Digvijay Singh||7 Dec 1993 to 1 Dec 1998||Indian National Congress|
|26.||Digvijay Singh||1 Dec 1998 8 Dec 2003||Indian National Congress|
|27.||Uma Bharti||8 Dec 2003 to 23 Aug 2004||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|28.||Babu Lal Gaur||23 Aug 2004 to 29 Nov 2005||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|29.||Shivraj Singh Chouhan||23 Aug 2004 to 29 Nov 2005||November 29, 2005 to till date|
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