Former off-spinner Ramesh Powar has been appointed as the interim coach of the Indian women’s team until the BCCI finds a suitable replacement for Tushar Arothe. Powar will oversee the women’s team camp which begins in Bengaluru from the 25th of this month.
Arothe, a former Baroda all-rounder, resigned from the post after reported differences with senior players who were not happy with his coaching methods.
BCCI has already invited applications for the full-time coach’s job with Friday being the deadline to apply. According to the guidelines, the new coach should be below 55 years of age and must have experience coaching an international or first-class team.