Names of applicants released by the BCCI for selectors’ post


The BCCI has released the names of applicants who are interested to become a part of the new selection committee.

Right now, the former selection panel headed by Chetan Sharma is carrying out its duties on an extended period.

By January 2023, the BCCI is all set to recruit a fresh committee of selectors who they hope will perform their duties well.

Some of the former members have also applied for the position of selector who are Chetan Sharma and Harvinder Singh.

Moreover, some very well-known cricketers have applied for the selector post some of which are Maninder Singh, Shiv Sunder Das, Nayan Mongia, and Ajay Ratra.

The deadline given by the BCCI for the submission of applications was 28th November.

BCCI has sacked Chetan Sharma and Co after a disastrous year for Team India

The BCCI has already sacked the members of the current selection panel that was led by Chetan Sharma.

This is because India failed to make it to the finals of this year’s Asia Cup as well as the T20 World Cup.

However, the BCCI requested the selection committee to remain as they overlooked the domestic competitions such as the knockouts of the Vijay Hazare Trophy and the traditional Cooch Behar Trophy.

Moreover, the Cricket Advisory Committee or CAC is all set to hold a meeting tomorrow.

Ashok Malhotra, Sulakshana Naik, and Jatin Paranjpe are the members of this committee.

Other names for the post of selector panel also revealed

Apart from the names mentioned above, some of the other names that have come to the fore are those of Venkatesh Prasad, S Sharath, Mukund Parmar, Sameer Dighe, and Salil Ankola.

Zone-wise distribution of applicants for the post of selector

North Zone: Maninder Singh, Atul Wassan, Nikhil Chopra, Ajay Ratra, RS Sodhi

East Zone: Shiv Sunder Das, Prabhanjan Mallick, RR Parida, Subhomoy Das, S Lahiri, Saradindu Mukherjee

Central Zone: Gyanu Pandey, Amay Khurasiya

West Zone: Salil Ankola, Samir Dighe, Vinod Kambli

South Zone: Kanwaljit Singh

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