Srinagar, February 22: Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) on Tuesday launched its official website (www.jkca.tv).
“In pursuance of the recommendations of the Honorable Justice Lodha Committee as accepted and mandated by the Supreme Court of India dated 18′ July 2016, JKCA has launched its website (www.jkca.tv).” JKCA said in a press release.
The cricket association was one of the few BCCI-affiliated units to not have a website but now with this website, JKCA says they will provide all the necessary details.
“The website would carry all important information about the JKCA players, various IKCA
teams, schedule of trials and selections, notices regarding recruitment as well as annual accounts, and balance sheets of the Association. It will also carry invitation of tenders pertaining to JKCA. All future announcements for conduct of trials, selections etc will be displayed on the website for universal viewership.” The presser read.
While launching the website, Brig. Anil Gupta (Retd.), Member Administration said,” Ever since the Sub Committee has assumed the charge of the affairs of JKCA it has been our endeavour to bring in transparency and accountability not only in the selection process but also in the functioning of IKCA. The launch of website is a step in this direction.”
Mr. Sunil Sethi, Member Legal Affairs has invited
visitors to explore the new website and come up with suggestions to make it more user friendly.
He has drawn the attention of the visitors to specific elements like tender, jobs wherein all requirements of JKCA (beyond specific limit) would be hosted on the website as well as the vacancies for jobs as and when they arise.
Mr. Mithun Manhas, Member Cricket Operations & Development, complimented the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket fraternity on launch of the website which they have been demanding
since long. He further said that from this year we would be launching the domestic season and the
website would be of great assistance in communicating the details of various tournaments and camps being planned by JKCA.
JKCA hopes that with the launch of the website, the information gap between the players and the
Association would be minimized.