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October 2, 2020
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BCCI presidents over the years

As Sourav Ganguly assumes office today, he becomes the 39th president of the BCCI, which came into existence in 1928. The mood in general among cricket lovers, players, and the custodians of the game is happy at the selection of Ganguly as the new president.

On this occasion, let us take a look at all the erstwhile presidents of the BCCI along with their tenure in chronological order:

  1. R E Grant Govan: 1928-1933
  2. Sir Sikandar Hayat Khan: 1933-1935
  3. Nawab Hamidullah Khan: 1935-1937
  4. Maharaja K S Digvijaysinhji: 1937-1938
  5. P Subbarayan: 1938-1946
  6. Anthony S D’Mello: 1946-1951
  7. J C Mukherji: 1951-1954
  8. Maharajkumar of Vizianagram: 1954-1956
  9. Sardar SS Majithia: 1956-1958
  10. R K Patel: 1958-1960
  11. M A Chidambaram: 1960-1963
  12. Maharaja F Gaekwad: 1963-1966
  13. Z R Irani: 1966-1969
  14. A N Ghose: 1969-1972
  15. P M Rungta: 1972-1975
  16. Ramprakash Mehra: 1975-1977
  17. M Chinnaswamy: 1977-1980
  18. S K Wankhede: 1980-1982
  19. NKP Salve: 1982-1985
  20. S Sriraman: 1985-1988
  21. B N Dutt: 1988-1990
  22. Madhavrao Scindia: 1990-1993
  23. I S Bindra 1993-1996
  24. Raj Singh Dungarpur: 1996-1999
  25. A C Muthiah: 1999-2001
  26. Jagmohan Dalmiya: 2001-2004
  27. Ranbir Singh Mahendra: 2004-2005
  28. Sharad Pawar: 2005-2008
  29. Shashank Manohar: 2008-2011
  30. N Srinivasan: 2011-2013
  31. Jagmohan Dalmiya (Interim): 2013-2013
  32. N Srinivasan: 2013-2014
  33. Shivlal Yadav (Interim): 2014-2014
  34. Sunil Gavaskar (IPL Interim): 2014-2014
  35. Jagmohan Dalmiya (Died in office): 2015-2015
  36. Shashank Manohar (Resigned): 2015-2016
  37. Anurag Thakur (Sacked): 2016-2017
  38. C K Khanna (Interim): 2017-2019
  39. Sourav Ganguly 2019-Present

Now, that you have the complete list of all the BCCI presidents from the past, you can take your pick choosing the favorite one.

Image courtesy: ZeeNews

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