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Anurag Dasgupta ∙ Nov 20 2022, 4:00 PM

L Sivaramakrishnan, Nayan Mongia to apply for the post of national selector


image-lapap65mSivaramakrishnan has applied for national selectors role [Source: Twitter]

Former Indian cricketers, Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, Nayan Mongia and Salil Ankola are the ones who are set to apply for the post of national selector for the senior men's team.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has invited applications for the roles of national selectors on Friday after sacking the Chetan Sharma led selection panel following India's exit from the T20 World Cup.

Now as per India Today, former keeper-batter Nayan Mongia has stated his interest in applying for the same post.

"Yes, I am going to file the application. I am very interested to be in the selection committee," Mongia told India Today.

He will represent the West Zone if he gets selected in the selection committee. 

Apart from Mongia, former India leg-spinner, L Sivaramakrishnan will also be applying alongside former pacer Salil Ankola. Sivaramakrishnan, who has represented India in 9 Tests and 16 ODI matches , previously applied for the national selectors role in 2020 to replace the MSK Prasad led panel.

As per the BCCI constitution, the senior player (with most number of Tests) will automatically assume the role of chief selector in the committee, which would be selected after a series of interviews.

Criteria for selection of national selector

7 Test matches; OR

30 first-class matches OR

10 ODI and 20 first-class matches 


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