The former captain, however, did not elaborate on the pans he has on his mind. The T20 World Cup will be held in October-November next year in Australia.
"In my view, in the light of the noted development, the issue of whether there is any "Conflict of Interest" on the part of Mr. Ganguly does not survive for the consideration of the Ethics Officer," Jain stated in his order issued on November 15.
India thus will finally play their first ever day/night Test versus Bangladesh at Eden Gardens here from November 22-26, about four years after Australia and New Zealand set it going in Adelaide.
Meanwhile, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has advised the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) to "wash trees inside the Feroz Shah Kotla premises" and "track polluting items within its 2 km radius" ahead of the game.
Paddy burning in the Northern states of Haryana and Punjab combined with bursting of crackers during Diwali celebrations severely impact the air quality in the Natianal Capital Region (NCR) every year.
It was Ganguly, who was instrumental in organising the first ever pink ball match in India although it was a Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) Super League final between Mohun Bagan and Bhowanipore under lights in June, 2016. Ganguly headed the CAB at the time.
Dravid, who took charge as NCA chief in July, has already drawn a roadmap for the institution and Ganguly is expected to give his inputs when the two former captains meet.
Currently, a domestic cricketer annually earns around Rs 25 to 30 lakh depending on the matches played.
Sourav Ganguly and Virat Kohli are likely to meet and chalk out future course of actions for the national side.
From resolving issues with ICC to addressing domestic cricket in India, BCCI's new president Sourav Ganguly have his plate full for next nine months.
"I will do it the way I know, I will do it the way which I feel is best for the BCCI with no compromise on credibility. Corruption-free and same for all BCCI. That's the way I led India and that's the way I will take this organisation forward," said Ganguly
MS Dhoni has been absent from Indian cricket since the end of the Cricket World Cup.
"I will speak to him tomorrow. He is the most important man in Indian cricket as captain of India, ", said the new BCCI President.
He has set a few goals and the primary ones are restructuring of first-class cricket as well as getting the administration back in shape along with getting India's position of reverence back in the corridors of International Cricket Council.
Like he would bisect a packed seven-man offside field in his heydays, leaving fans and teammates in awe and opponents clueless, Ganguly played his cards well off the field to emerge as the unanimous candidate for one of the top jobs in world cricket: BCCI presidency.
After an eventful 33-month tenure, during which he was witness to the "Good, the Bad and the Ugly" of Indian cricket, Committee of Administrators chief Vinod Rai is happy that someone of Sourav Ganguly's stature is taking over the reins of Indian cricket.
Ganguly was officially entrusted with the task of heading Indian cricket for the next nine months at the BCCI's General Body meeting, ending a tumultuous 33-month reign of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA).
Asked about the resumption of India-Pakistan bilateral ties during a media briefing here, Ganguly said, "You have to ask that question to Modi ji and the Pakistan Prime Minister."
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is planning to propose a Futures Tours Programme (FTP) in which T20 World Cup will be played every year and the 50-over World Cup once every three years.
India have not won an ICC event since the 2013 Champions Trophy.
The former India captain would be at helm for a mere nine months but he said it's a great opportunity to do "something good". He is then only candidate to have filed nomination for the post of President.
Ganguly made it clear that the present rule of 'one person one post' will prevent most of the former greats to get into cricket administration as they also need to earn their livelihood.
Whenever Indian cricket's image has been dented, Sourav Ganguly has emerged as the leading man to fix it.
The choice for BCCI President's post was always between Ganguly and Brijesh Patel, and the former was finally accepted as an unanimous candidate
"I don’t know how far it is true, but the recent reports of harassment has really made the BCCI look very poorly…more so the way it has been handled," wrote Ganguly.