Head hunting agency paid Rs 28 lakh for NCA director, GM post

According to the payments above Rs 25 lakh cleared during October, which was uploaded on the board website, a first instalment has already been paid.

The BCCI is looking for a suitable candidate (NCA Director), who can successfully implement the plan for the NCA project, over the next two years.   -  AFP

The BCCI has recently paid Rs 28.78 lakh as the first instalment to a headhunting agency Korn-Ferry International Pvt Ltd., which is helping the Board find a suitable candidate for the post of Director National Cricket Academy (NCA).

According to the payments above Rs 25 lakh cleared during October, which was uploaded on the board website, a first instalment has been paid as “professional fee for services rendered in conjunction with assignment of Director-NCA & GM/AGM Marketing & Communications.”

As of now, the BCCI is looking for a suitable candidate (NCA Director), who can successfully implement the plan for the NCA project that is expected to take shape in next couple of years on board's own land in the outskirts of Bengaluru.

Windfall for the players

The 15 members of the Indian squad that played in the ICC Champions Trophy held in England got Rs 38.67 lakh each as a share of the prize money.

The BCCI has divided the prize money earned from the tournament, where it lost to Pakistan in the finals.

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