Last Update on: November 30th, 2018 at 06:56 pm
Despite things in BCCI aren’t in a great state, the respective board has invited applications for the head coach role for the Women Cricket Team. Meanwhile, the former Indian cricketer, Ramesh Powar’s contract to coach the Indian women team got expired on Friday. Thus, the BCCI asked the applicants to try for the head coach role of the Indian women team.
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However, the governing body has cited any person who represented their country across the globe can apply for the new role. They also added quite a few lines to their eligibility criteria of selection for the respective position.
Meanwhile, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has asked the applicants to download the applications from the jobs category on the BCCI Website. The applications will get shortlisted on upcoming December 20th before taking the final interview on December 24th, 2018.
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They have mentioned the selection procedure will be carried out in BCCI headquarters in Mumbai. The board has also declared the decision would be the final call without any further thoughts.
•Should have represented India or any other country at International level OR
•NCA Level ‘C’ certified coach or similar certification from a reputed organisation/Institute and a minimum of 50 FC games OR
•Should have the experience of coaching an International team for a period of minimum 1 season or a T20 franchise for minimum two seasons
•Should be less than 60 years of age.
•A thorough understanding of the game or playing/coaching experience at the highest level
•An appreciation of the finer points of cricket.
•The highest levels of integrity, discipline and motivation
•A proven ability to manage and interact with people from different backgrounds and cultures
•An ability to think strategically and logically, lead and coordinate activities in a team located across the world
•Computer literate with excellent written and oral communication skills
•Candidates should adhere to BCCI’s conflict of interest policy and other rules & regulations as amended from time to time.
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