BCCI: Board of Control for Cricket in India
BCCI represents Board of Control for Cricket in India. It is the national administering body for cricket in India. This is framed in December,1928 to supplant Calcutta Cricket Board and headquartered at Mumbai. It is related with International cricket Council (ICC) and is the most extravagant cricket board on the planet.
It controls all competitions inside and outside India. It has the position to choose players, umpires and authorities to takes an interest in global occasions. The BCCI authorities are chosen by the agents of state cricket affiliations. BCCI is going by the president which is the most noteworthy assignment in BCCI. Its present president (starting at July 2017) is Vinod Rai. He is the previous Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG). The logo of BCCI is gotten from the British Indian banner during the frontier time frame.