The Modi government is set for a Cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday at 11 am, and according to sources 19 minsters are to be inducted, some\u00a0from dalit community, and 6 ministers to be dropped. Director-General of the Press Information Bureau Frank Noronha confirmed the time and date of the reshuffle via Twitter on Monday morning. What criteria would PM Narendra Modi will follow to induct, drop or elevate ministers, and which ministers have impressed him enough to continue with their Cabinet berths remains to be seen. Some of the obvious reasons for the Cabinet reshuffle are; performance, upcoming UP polls, age factor, caste and women representation. The 19 names will also come from ten states, giving the council more geographic diversity. The list consists of names like: PP Chaudhary (senior advocate),\u00a0Subhash Ram Rao (well known doctor),\u00a0MJ Akbar ( internationally acclaimed journalist),\u00a0Arjun Ram Meghwal (former government officer from Rajasthan),\u00a0Anil Madhav Dave (writer),\u00a0Ramesh Jigajinagi,\u00a0Purshotam Rupala (Gujarat Agriculture Minister),\u00a0Jaswant Sinh Bhabhor,\u00a0Rajan Gohain,\u00a0Mahendra Nath Pandey,\u00a0Faggan Kulaste ( former MoS for Tribal Affairs),\u00a0Vijay Goel (former MoS for Youth Affairs and Sports in Govt of India),\u00a0Anupriya Singh Patel,\u00a0Mansukh Mandaviya,\u00a0CR Chaudhary,\u00a0Ajay Tamta,\u00a0Ramdas Athalwale,\u00a0Krishna Raj,\u00a0SS Ahluwalia. Ahead of the expansion, Modi was quoted as saying that\u00a0tomorrow's expansion of his ministry will reflect "budget\u00a0focus and priorities". There have been cabinet rejigs on four occasions since May 2014, but this is the first time it comes ahead of major elections.\u00a0There are currently 64 Union ministers, including the\u00a0Prime Minister, and there can be a maximum of 82 of them under\u00a0a constitutional bar. The sources said this marks a firm departure from the\u00a0usual routine of frequent changes based on caste, religion and\u00a0other time serving political considerations and is a firm\u00a0endorsement of developmental politics that the prime minister\u00a0champions.