The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is set to name T Dilip, Paras Mhambrey and Vikram Rathour as handling, bowling and batting mentors of the Indian group. All will work under lead trainer Rahul Dravid, who was instrumental in having the three designated to his care staff.
The meetings for the three are perceived to have occurred on Thursday. According to the Supreme Court-endorsed constitution, the selectors should pick the mentors and the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) should pick the lead trainer, however the cycle for these arrangements are yet to be found out.
Dilip, a Hyderabad-based handling mentor previousl went with the Indian group to Sri Lanka under Dravid in July. It just so happens, the active handling mentor, R Sridhar, was likewise from Hyderabad.
The arrangement of Mhambrey was on the normal lines given the long affiliation the previous Mumbai pacer had with Dravid at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), Under-19 and India A groups. Dravid himself has conceded that he is open to working with the 49-year-old Mumbaikar, who played two Tests and three ODIs in the last part of the 90s.
Rathour (52) was additionally a programmed decision given that he has had great audits from the Indian group. He as of late uncovered that he had gone after the job.
Each of the three should report at Jaipur in front of the main match against New Zealand, a Twenty20 International, on November 17. India play two additional T20Is and two Tests against New Zealand prior to traveling to South Africa.