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BCCI Uses Google Form to Invite Applications for Indian Cricket Team’s Head Coach

-By ArdorComm News Network

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has officially opened applications for the position of head coach of the senior men’s cricket team. With current coach Rahul Dravid’s tenure ending after the T20 World Cup in the Americas this June, the BCCI has shared the announcement on social media platform X, providing a link to the detailed qualifications required for the role.

What has caught the public’s attention is the BCCI’s use of a Google Form for the application process, a tool widely known for its simplicity and efficiency. The application form can be accessed at Google Form link.

Google Forms, part of the Google Suite, is a free online tool that allows users to create and share forms, quizzes, surveys, and other web forms. It enables real-time collaboration and analysis, making it a practical choice for collecting applications and responses efficiently. Applicants can easily add, edit, or format text, images, and videos in the form, streamlining the submission process.

The BCCI has set a deadline of May 27 for submitting applications for the prestigious coaching position. This innovative approach using Google Forms has gone viral, showcasing how modern technology can simplify and enhance traditional processes.

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