Former India international and National Cricket Academy (NCA) spin coach Narendra Hirwani is set to work as a consultant with the country's women's team.
It has been learnt that Hirwani, who played 17 Tests and 18 ODIs for India, will travel with the team on select assignments starting with the home series against South Africa in September.
"It is not a full-time role since he is busy at the National Cricket Academy. He will travel with the team on and off. He also worked with them briefly during the team's recent camp at NCA," a BCCI official told on Thursday.
The team doesn't need a batting coach with head coach and former India batsman W V Raman in charge but it could do with a fast bowling coach.
"Like the men's team, there should be a dedicated support staff for the women's team," a source close to the side said.
India, who have lost their last six T20s, have begun preparations for the T20 World Cup in Australia in February-March next year.
They have not played international cricket since March and will be seen next in national colours in the limited-overs home series against South Africa.