As per the reports, the current Head Coach of the India National Cricket Team, Ravi Shastri, is relied upon to assume control over the analysts job after his residency with group India closes. Additionally, the current batting mentor of India, Vikram Rathour, is relied upon to apply for the Head Coach job.
In the interim, the cycle to choose India's new Head Coach, Batting Coach, Bowling Coach, handling mentor, and Head Sports Science/Medicine with National Cricket Academy (NCA) has effectively started on Sunday. The BCCI delivered an assertion welcoming applications for the positions.
-Applications for the position of head coach (Team India -Senior Men) should be submitted by 5 PM on October 26, applications for the position of batting coach (Team India -Senior Men) should be submitted by 5 PM on November 03, 2021, and applications for the position of bowling coach (Team India -Senior Men) should be submitted by 5 PM on November 03, 2021.-
The BCCI will give every one of the mentors a two-year agreement, and Head Sports Science has a preset retirement age. Likewise, every one of the up-and-comers who are under 60 years old are just qualified for the positions.
Ravi Shastri will turn 60 one year from now, bowling trainer Bharat Arun will be 59 in December, batting mentor Vikram Rathour is as of now 52 and handling Coach R Sridhar is 51. Albeit all the previously mentioned names are qualified to go after the job, just Vikram Rathour is relied upon to apply for the Head Coach and batting mentor positions.
Talking about Ravi Shastri, he wants to -slow down- in his career after consistently working for 42 years of life as a cricketer, commentator and then as a coach.
-He-ll be selective. He-ll be open to working with an IPL franchise. Year-round travel is something he would like to avoid now,- say those who have his ear.
Also, if Shastri wants to become a commentator once again, industry executives say:
-he-ll be welcomed with a red carpet. Tell me a voice that is more identifiable than his-.
Meanwhile, BCCI has not yet appointed a Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) that will interview the new coaching lineup; if the reports are to be believed, BCCI will introduce a completely new CAC to interview the coaches.
Also, some reports claim that legendary Indian batsman Rahul Dravid is all set to become the next Head Coach of India and if this is true, he will have to go through the same interview process.