PM Modi's promise - Rahul Dravid is teaching cricketing skills to players of 16 countries
Rahul Dravid, former captain of Team India and the head of National Cricket Academy (NCA) these days, is teaching cricketing skills to players from 16 countries. On 19 April this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with the heads of governments of Commonwealth countries in London promised that India would set up training camps for under-16 boys and girls in their country. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is working with the country's Sports Ministry and the Ministry of External Affairs to fulfill Prime Minister Narendra Modi's promise.
Under-16 players from 16 countries are currently at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore, where all these players are under the supervision of Rahul Dravid. Currently 18 boys and 17 girls from Bostwana, Cameroon, Kenya, Mazabike, Mauritius, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, Malaysia, Singapore, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Fiji and Tanzania, National Cricket Academy from October 1 in Bengaluru. (NCA) is participating in a month-long camp. The objective of this program is to identify every player and then train him accordingly. Right. Also, he has to prepare a program through which he can improve the level of his game.