Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr There’s still some time for the new financial year to kick-in yet Virat Kohli and Co are set to get mind blowing financial benefits for their fantastic performance, and the same has been affirmed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The reports have come after the current meeting of the BCCI’s Committee of Administrators (CoA), where MS Dhoni’s categorisation in the recently proposed framework was a standout amongst the most examined themes. It has additionally been comprehended that the compensation rise could be taken off even before the Men in Blue leave for Sri Lanka for the T20 tri-series. “Players in all cases – the Indian men’s group, the national ladies’ side, the household and even the India Under-19 cricketers are set for a major pay hike soon. This has nearly been finished,” a best BCCI official was cited as saying. The present rating framework has players set in three divisions – A, B and C yet the new framework will see upwards of four classes – A+ being the highest – and there will be a few reshuffles the extent that setting the present yield of players is concerned. “Before the Indian team leaves for Sri Lanka for the Nidahas Trophy, around 25 cricketers, divided in three categories (A, B & C) will receive their annual contracts. We waited for the finance committee to approve this pay rise, but it has neither met nor reverted to us on the issue. We need to give the contracts to the players before IPL, as we need to ensure them if they miss any matches in the league due to injury while playing for India,” the source added. While the BCCI official declined to disclose the new compensation structure, he rushed to reject hypothesis that the ones with Grade ‘An’ agreements could be paid around Rs 12 crore a year. The degree will be chosen by the national choice advisory group, he affirmed. According to the present structure, the players get the retainers of Rs 2 crore, Rs 1 crore and Rs 50 lakh, for Grade A, B and C, separately. In any case, the expansion of another compensation review doesn’t really mean those from Grade A will move into A+, with execution additionally being a major criteria. An ideal case of the circumstance is the situation of MS Dhoni who doesn’t play Test design yet at the same time is put in the best section according to the present framework. Be that as it may, the A+ class is probably going to not include players who don’t play all organizations. Indian captain Virat Kohli, head mentor Ravi Shastri and Dhoni were a piece of the current dialogs on pay climb and purportedly, Dhoni had no issues with the proposed contacts.