BCCI to get new CEO in coming months
Interim CEO Hemang Amin can also apply if he wishes too, say reports
The Board of Control for Cricket India will have a new CEO in the coming months, say news reports. The post left vacant after Rahul Johri's exit is tentatively filled by interim CEO Hemang Amin, who is also be eligible to apply for the post if he wishes to.
The decision was taken after five BCCI office-bearers -- Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah, Rajiv Shukla, Arun Dhumal and Jayesh George -- convened on Saturday to discuss issues, one of which was the appointment of a full-time CEO.
The new CEO will be appointed through either a headhunting firm or directly by seeking applications, sources told the media agency.
Any executive who has over 10 years of experience working in top management posts for a company with a turnover of Rs 100 crore annually is eligible for the post.
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