Indian Cricket Control Board BCCI finally reveals the news about Rahul Dravid’s appointment as the head of cricket at National Cricket Academy(NCA) in Bengaluru. Dravid was sent on leave from his role as vice-president of India Cements, to solve the conflict problems.

Rahul Dravid elected as the Head of Cricket at National Cricket Academy by BCCI

It’s been seven long years Indian batting legend and former skipper Rahul Dravid retired from the international cricket. Although it’s been so many years he put down his bat and pad, ”The Wall” of Indian cricket still keep influencing Indian cricket from the behind of the scene.

He already worked as the head coach for the Under-19 and “A” teams, he will now work as the head of the NCA(National Cricket Academy) in Bengaluru. The former batting legend of India was supposed to take the helm of the NCA since 1st of July. But, BCCI has found there was confrontment of interests.

Rahul Dravid already left India Cement and reach at Begaluru
Rahul Dravid already left India Cement and reach Bengaluru

Rahul Dravid was the Vice-President of India Cements and BCCI Committee of Administrators(CoA) gave him the timeline to stand down from the position if he wants to take over NCA.

India Cements, headed by former ICC chairman N Srinivasan, attach with IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings. They decided to send Dravid to NCA without any pay. When the problem and conflict solved, BCCI finally released a statement on Sunday about Dravid’s appointment as the new head of NCA.

Mr. Dravid will oversee all cricket-related activities at NCA and will be involved in mentoring, coaching, training and motivating players, coaches and support staff at the NCA

BCCI announced the statement, reported PTI.

The statement also added that:

 Mr. Dravid will also work closely with the National Men’s and Women’s Head Coaches and Cricket Coaches for India Developmental teams – including India A, India Under 19, India Under 23 teams, in the identification of key training and development objectives

However, BCCI didn’t publish any in-details of the contract. They didn’t define the system of the contract or the tenure of Rahul Dravid.