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Name

Elect Took Left Vice
№ (Birth– Portrait
ed office office President
Death)

DrSarvepal
26
1952 12 May li
Januar
1957 1962 Radhakrish
y 1950
nan

Rajendra
Prasad Prasad, from Bihar, was the first
1 President of independent India, and
(1884–
1963) also the longest-serving President,
for 12 years.[8][9] He was also a
freedom fighter during the Indian
independence movement.[10] Prasad
was the only president to serve two
terms in office.[4]

13
13 May Zakir
1962 May
1967 Husain
1962

Radhakrishnan was a prominent
Sarvepalli philosopher and writer and also held
Radhakrish the position of vice chancellor of
2 nan the Andhra University and Banaras
(1888– Hindu University.[11] He was also
1975) made a Knight of the Golden Army
of Angels by Pope Paul VI. He
received Bharat Ratna award in
1954 before becoming the
President.[12] He was the first
President from South India.

13 Varahagiri
3 May
1967 May Venkata
1969
1967 Giri

Zakir Hussain was vice chancellor of
Husain the Aligarh Muslim University and a
3
(1897– recipient of Padma
1969) Vibhushan and Bharat Ratna.[13] He

January – (3rd) Shastri Affairs Congress 1964 216 days 1966[†] Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan 11 24 Minister of Home Indian National January January 13 days – (3rd) (acting) Affairs Congress 1966 1966 Minister of 24 Indian National 24 March 11 years. Elections Council Party Portrait Prior Office Term of office[4] (Lok Sabh of Appointed by (Alliance) a) Ministers Lord — Nehru I Mountbatten 15 1952 (1st) Nehru II Indian freedom Indian National 27 May 16 years. August fighter Congress 1964[†] 286 days 1947 Rajendra 1957 (2nd) Nehru III Prasad 1962 (3rd) Nehru IV Union Minister of Indian National 27 May 9 June Labour and 13 days – (3rd) (acting) Congress 1964 1964 Employment 11 Minister of Home Indian National 9 June 1 year. Gandhi Information and January – (3rd) Congress 1977 59 days I Broadcasting 1966 . I.

Jatti 1979[RES] 126 days India before he 1977 resigned in 1969 14 Janata Party (Secular) 28 July Minister of Finance January 170 days – (6th) C. Singh with INC 1979 1980[RES] Neelam Sanjiva Reddy 14 31 Former Prime Indian National 4 years. Gandhi January October 1980 (7th) Minister Congress (I) 291 days III 1980[§] 1984[†] MP for Amethi – (7th) 31 2 Indian National 5 years. V. Giri II (Re-elected) Minister of Finance and Deputy 24 28 July 2 years. R.Prime Minister 1967 (4th) (Re-elected) Prime Minister I. I. Prime Minister of Janata Party March 1977 (6th) Desai B. Gandhi 1971 (5th) V. D. October December Zail Singh Congress (I) 32 days Gandhi 1984 1989 MP for Amethi 1984 (8th) .

223 days – (9th) Venkataraman Parliament with INC er 1991 Shekhar 1990 Minister of External Indian National 21 June 16 May 4 years. P. 1991 (10th) Rao Affairs Congress (I) 1991 1996 330 days Shankar Dayal Sharma Minister of External 16 May 1 June Vajpayee Bharatiya Janata Party 16 days 1996 (11th) Affairs 1996 1996[RES] I Chief Minister of Janata Dal 1 June 21 April 324 days – (11th) Deve Karnataka (United Front) 1996 1997[RES] Gowda . 2 10 Janata Dal Decemb V. Minister of Defence November 343 days 1989 (9th) (National Front) er Singh 1990[NC] 1989 10 Member of Samajwadi Janata Party Novemb 21 June Chandra R.

Minister of External Janata Dal 21 April 19 March 332 days – (11th) Gujral Affairs (United Front) 1997 1998 Former Prime Minister Vajpayee 1998 (12th) II (Re-elected) 19 Bharatiya Janata Party 22 May 6 years. Singh 2009 (15th) Pranab II Mukherjee (Re-elected) Chief Minister of Bharatiya Janata Party 26 May 2 years. Abdul Minister of Finance 2004 (14th) I Kalam Indian National 22 May 26 May 10 years. J. Pranab Incumbent 2014 (16th) Modi Gujarat (NDA) 2014[5] 277 days Mukherjee . P. March (NDA) 2004 64 days Narayanan Former Prime 1998[§] Minister Vajpayee 1999 (13th) III (Re-elected) M. K. Congress 2004 2014 4 days (UPA) Former Prime Minister Pratibha Patil M. R. Singh A.