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BCCI Selection Committee: Team India will get a new 'selector' before the T20 World Cup! 'These' three veterans applied leader









Leader Online Desk : BCCI Selection Committee : A new face may join the Indian cricket team's selection committee next month. Presently the post of selector is vacant from North division quota. It has to be paid. BCCI had recently called for applications for this. According to a report, Nikhil Chopra, Mithun Manhas and Ajay Ratra have applied for the post. A decision will be taken soon. Scrutiny of applications will now take place. The selected faces will then be called for an interview before the Cricket Advisory Committee. The new selector is expected to join the committee before the 2024 T20 World Cup. The new selection committee will select Team India for the World Cup to be held in June.

The Indian men's team selection committee currently has two faces from the Western region. It includes Ajit Agarkar and Salil Ankola. As a rule there can be only one selector from a zone. In such a situation, Ankola will have to step down. Nikhil and Manhas may compete for the selectors post to fill his place. Ratra had applied earlier too but was not selected.

Who is currently included in the selection committee? (BCCI Selection Committee)

Ajit Agarkar is currently in charge of the Indian selection committee. He was selected for the post ahead of the Asia Cup in 2023. Ankola, S Sharath, Subroto Banerjee and Shivsunder Das are currently part of the selection committee with him.

What are the criteria to be a selector? (BCCI Selection Committee)

To be a selector for Team India should have experience of at least seven Tests or 30 first-class matches or 10 ODIs and 20 first-class matches. Also, the player should have retired five years before the vacancy is filled.

Who are Chopra and Manhas?

The 50-year-old Nikhil has played one Test and 39 ODIs for India. In this he took a total of 46 wickets. He has also taken 151 wickets in 61 first-class matches. He has been doing commentary for the past few years. 44-year-old Mithun Manhas could not play for India, but he made quite a name for himself in domestic cricket. Playing for Delhi, he scored 9714 runs at an average of 45.82 in 157 first-class matches. He scored 4126 runs in 130 List A matches. He is currently involved in coaching.









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