Former Indian cricketers, together with Chetan Sharma, Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, Nayan Mongia, Abey Kuruvilla and Ajit Agarkar have utilized for two positions within the Indian males’s choice committee within the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
The BCCI final week invited purposes for the posts of selectors for the senior and junior Indian males’s groups and senior girls’s team, the deadline for which ended on Friday.
According to ESPNcricinfo, Sivaramakrishnan is the oldest among the many list of individuals to have utilized, whereas Mongia, the previous wicketkeeper, has the most Test caps (44). Agarkar, in the meantime, was the final of the lot to retire and has most worldwide with 26 Tests and 191 ODIs.
It can also be reported that Venkatesh Prasad, Rajesh Chauhan and Amay Khurasiya have additionally utilized for the selector’s put up.
The place of BCCI chairman of selectors is up for grabs with M.S.Ok. Prasad ending his 4-12 months time period final November. Since then, Prasad has been on an extension together with former India and Rajasthan batsman Gagan Khoda.
However, it’s nonetheless unclear as to who would conduct the interviews. According to the BCCI Constitution, the boys’s selectors must be appointed by a cricket advisory committee (CAC). However, the CAC has been defunct since final November and is but to be shaped.
The BCCI Constitution says: “The seniormost Test cap among the members of the committee shall be appointed chairperson”.
Apart from that, the criterion for senior males’s selectors is that the candidate ought to have performed 7 Test matches or 30 first-class matches or 10 ODIs and 20 first-class matches. For senior girls, the candidate ought to have represented the nationwide girls’s team.
For junior males, the candidate ought to have performed 25 first-class matches.