The BCCI has sacked its entire selection panel and has split the captaincy in a job mandate for its new committee.

On Friday, the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) dismissed the entire senior national selection committee – consisting of four members – headed by Chetan Sharma. This was done in response to the Indian cricket team’s failure to make it to the final round of the T20 World Cup that was held in Australia.

BCCI has invited applications for the position of National Selectors and listed out criteria for considerations in its release.The candidates, according to the board, should have played a minimum of 7 Test matches or 30 First Class matches or 10 ODI and 20 First Class matches.

The BCCI has issued a set of guidelines for those interested in applying for the Men’s Selection Committee. The individual must have retired from the game at least 5 years ago and should not have been a member of any Cricket Committee for a total of 5 years.

Applications for the same must be submitted by 6:00 pm on Monday, November 28.

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