Board Of Control For Cricket In India Ignores Dravid’s Advice; Reverts To Outdating Manual: The Indian cricket board has to dismiss advice from Rahul Dravid and deciding to persist with an old, outdating coaching manual as it restarts a programme to train lower-levels coaches.
Board Of Control For Cricket In India Ignores Dravid’s Advice; Reverts To Outdating Manual
The programme stalled three years ago when current India ‘A’ and U-19 coach Dravid pointed out that the coaching manual at the National Cricket Academy was outdating.
The board catching up on legal issues has the struggle to put an updating manual in place.
It is learning that the board has tried to outsource the job to the single company earlier this year.
It is an effort to get the job done through a private firm.
The negotiations between the two did not work out; a top Board of Control for Cricket in India official tells Times Of India.
The sound approaching for the situation is the same one hiring to draft the Board of Control for Cricket in India domestic calendar.
The development is coming at a time when the board has talked up Rahul Dravid’s contributions as a coach.
Interestingly, Dravid has recommending upgrading the manual even before he was official makes the coach of the junior teams.
Now, his first idea has been shelved,” a Board of Control for Cricket in India member says. The board tried out an exchange programme for coaches with Cricket Australia but did not get desired results.
Then it is decided to outsource the job.
The board conducted ‘Level A’ exams in February-March this year. While the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators has assured, the programme has undertaken transparently.
It is learning NCA officials have mostly left it to local association to shortlisting the candidates from the states.
There have allegations of bias since NCA officials are not individually shortlisting candidates,” a source tells Times of India.
The Indian cricket board has dismissed advice from Rahul Dravid and decided to persist with an old, outdated coaching manual as it restarts a programme to train lower-levels coaches.
However, a board official claiming the programme has to start from somewhere. Nothing was moving.
The current officials in cricket operations felt that the previous manual is good enough for this level of coaching.
There is a lot of people who have to clear Level A. The Level B programme will start soon, he says.
It is also learning that the board has deciding to bring about uniformity in wages for coaches, physiotherapists and trainers at the Zonal Cricket Academy and NCA.
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