BCCI’s AGM to be held on 25th in Goa, cricket committee to be announced

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is gearing up for the upcoming World Cup by setting the agenda for its Annual General Meeting (AGM), scheduled to take place in Goa on 25th September. The AGM will cover a range of important topics, with 18 issues to be discussed during the meeting.
Some of the key items on the agenda include the announcement of the Cricket Committee, Umpire Committee, and Standing Committee. These committees play crucial roles in overseeing various aspects of cricket administration, including player selection, umpire appointments, and rule-making.
Additionally, the BCCI will also reveal its representative for the International Cricket Council (ICC) during the AGM. This representative will represent the BCCI’s interests and contribute to decision-making at the global cricketing body.
Another significant development is the inclusion of a representative from the Indian Cricketers’ Association (ICA) in the Governing Council of the Indian Premier League (IPL). This move highlights the BCCI’s commitment to involving players’ associations in the decision-making process of the highly popular T20 league.
Furthermore, the AGM will feature the treasurer’s presentation of the previous year’s audit report. This financial update provides transparency and accountability regarding the BCCI’s financial operations. It is worth noting that the last AGM was held in October 2022, and a Special General Meeting (SGM) took place on 27th May of this year. These meetings serve as important platforms for discussing and deciding on various matters related to Indian cricket.

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