Previously, the Indian Womens Cricket support staff would be appointed on an ad-hoc basis, but now, as per the BCCI, they will instead be offered long-term contracts. The head coach is to be picked by the Cricket Advisory Committee, while the selectors will pick the support staff. The rule regarding the womens team support staff batting, fielding and bowling coach has not been strictly followed in the past. The BCCI used to appoint coaches from the National Cricket Academy on a temporary basis.This sound decision was taken at the virtual Apex Council meeting for the sole purpose of having long-term coaching staff in place, which will provide stability to the team. The senior womens team is yet to win a world title and streamlining the coaching process will be the first step in the preparation of the next ICC event. The BCCI is expected to invite applications for the position of Head Coach, which has been vacant since December last year, after Ramesh Powars transfer to the National Cricket Academy.