IND vs SL: Chetan Sharma To Head New Indian Selection Committee: Reports. The BCCI is in the process of choosing applicants for national selection committee interviews. The previous committee’s chairman Chetan Sharma and central zone member Harvinder Singh stand a solid chance of making the cut list.
The Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), made up of Ashok Malhotra, Sulakshana Naik, and Jatin Paranjpe, will interview prospective members of the new national selection committee on December 29 in Mumbai.
CAC To Meet Shortlisted Names For Interview On 29 December
“If all goes well, on December 29, the CAC is supposed to meet physically in Mumbai and interview the shortlisted names,” Under the conditions of anonymity, a BCCI insider informed PTI.
According to reports, Chetan and his group have been asked to keep an eye on the current round of Ranji Trophy games for an extra week.
Chetan and his colleague Harvinder were in Delhi to witness the home team play against Tamil Nadu, while Sunil Joshi was in Hyderabad to watch the game between Assam and Hyderabad.
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“They were informed only yesterday that they need to cover this round,” the source said.
Chetan Sharma Has A Good Chance Again
The CAC is expected to interview Chetan Sharma and Harvinder once more, and both may continue from their respective zones.
Since the remuneration package of $1.25 crore for the chairman and $1 crore for the other representatives isn’t regarded to be one that would lure the best in the industry, those who watch happenings at the BCCI believe that the board mandarins haven’t come up with many contenders for the role.
“Chetan has a good chance of either being retained as the chairman or at least the North Zone representative if he is willing to work under new chairman, whosoever it is. The truth is BCCI is not getting any top names. It is not that they haven’t sounded out anyone. If Chetan didn’t have a chance, why would he apply? There must have been some assurances given,” said a BCCI source.