BCCI has announced vacancy for selection committee member, know which member of the selection committee can be removed.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has declared a vacancy for a member of the men's selection committee. Ajit Agarkar is in charge of the current selection committee, which is headed by Shiv Sundar Das, Subroto Banerjee, Salil Ankola, and Sridharan Sharath. There may be a hunt underway for Salil Ankola's replacement on the committee. The BCCI website has the application form, and applications must be submitted by January 25th. Playing at least seven Tests or thirty-First Class matches and having retired from cricket five years ago are eligibility prerequisites.


BCCI has announced vacancy for selection committee member,

BCCI: A vacancy has been declared for the men's selection committee member position on the Board of Control for Cricket in India. Tell us who and how to apply for this position, please.



India Men's Selection Committee Vacancy: Applications are being accepted for the Men's Selection Committee members by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The application form, however, is only available for one position on the selection committee. Information about this application form was provided by BCCI on their website. The present member of the selection committee who would be on leave, though, was not specified.


Speaking about the selecting committee that is in place now, Shiv Sundar Das, Sridharan Sharath, Salil Ankola, and Subroto Banerjee are members of the Ajit Agarkar-led selection committee. Salil Ankola might not be on the selection committee anymore if rumors from the media are to be accepted. A successor is now being sought.


Regarding the Selection Committee position, applications must be filed by January 25th in order to be considered. Applications may be made online at the BCCI website. The chosen applicants will then be contacted for in-person interviews. Talking about the eligibility for the role, the individual applying should have retired from cricket five years ago and should not have been a member of any selection committee in the past five years.


In addition to all of this, the applicant has to have participated in at least seven tests, or 30 ODIs, and twenty first-class matches.



India's T20 series matchup vs. Afghanistan


It is notable because the Indian side is now engaged in a three-match Twenty20 series with Afghanistan. After two games were played, the Indian team emerged victorious in the series. The series' final game will now take place on Wednesday, January 17, at Bangalore's M Chinnaswamy Stadium. Before the 2024 T20 World Cup, this is Team India's final T20 series. Indian athletes will only play in the IPL after this.

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