Job Opening for CEO BCCI Post: Check Qualification, Application Process

 - Sakshi Post

BCCI will appoint a new CEO on Saturday. The board's top office brass met to discuss various other issues.

The committee is preparing to appoint a full-fledged CEO for the BCCI. A notice will be issued soon, according to the BCCI.

The requirements and qualifying criteria for the position of BCCI CEO are listed here, as well as an invitation to apply and information on how to apply.

BCCI: In recent years, the BCCI, the world's richest cricket board, has lacked a full-fledged CEO. The BCCI has decided to fill the position as quickly as possible. It is not easy to become the CEO of the BCCI, which is the largest cricket body in the world. However, if you meet all of the requirements, you will have no trouble getting the job.

Last Saturday, Sourav Ganguly, Secretary Jai Shah, Vice President Rajiv Shukla, Treasurer Arun Singh Dhumal, and Joint Secretary Jayesh George met. The most important point on the agenda was the appointment of a new CEO. Following a series of charges against him and IPL CEO Hemang Amin, former CEO Rahul Johri was fired by the BCCI.

Previously, the CEO recruitment process was delegated to a third-party firm. Will the firm, however, accept applications this time as well? Or whether the BCCI will accept applications directly has not been cleared yet, according to a BCCI official. The BCCI has announced the requirements for this position.

Candidates for the BCCI CEO position must have ten years of experience in a senior management position in a firm with a revenue of Rs 100 crore. Cricket expertise is also essential, in addition to being an Indian national. Soon, a notice to this effect will be posted on the BCCI website.

Hemang Amin, who is currently the interim CEO, can apply for the position if he is interested, according to the BCCI. The BCCI is expected to add Hemang Amin's name to the list automatically.

Other concerns, on the other hand, were considered at the Saturday meeting. The National Cricket Academy is now located on the grounds of Bangalore's Chinnaswamy Stadium. The BCCI has chosen to move away from there in the near future. In Bangalore, the BCCI has purchased its own premises.

There are plans to build an international cricket academy there, with Price Waterhouse Coopers reportedly in charge. The CK Naidu tournament, which was previously held for under-23 players, has recently been promoted to an international tournament for players under the age of 25. According to the BCCI, cricketers who do not make the Ranji Trophy team will be selected for the tournament. In terms of the India-A squad, which is for young cricketers who do not qualify for the national team, each state would be represented by a single squad in such circumstances.

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