New Delhi : The Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) Working Committee will be meeting in Dharamsala on June 24 to discuss the appointment of team India's next head coach. Despite BCCI sources terming the meet as a normal agenda, the committee is expected to take a call on the new coach before the Indian squad leaves for the tour of West Indies. Earlier, BCCI had invited applications for the head coach's post in its website and received 57 applications, which included the name of former India captain and veteran spinner Anil Kumble, current selection committee chief Sandeep Patil and former team director Ravi Shastri. Apart from announcing the head coach, the working panel will also ratify the decisions taken by BCCI's Technical Committee, including holding of Ranji Trophy games in the next season at neutral venues. This meet is likely the last meeting of the Working Committee before the Supreme Court announces its verdict on Justice Lodha Committee's recommendations for sweeping reforms in the Board.