Bangladesh, England, West Indies and Australia have had spin-bowling coaches and consultants in the past on a regular basis.
Sivaramakrishnan also feels that luck hasn't favoured India as far as winning ICC trophies is concerned.
Agarkar and Venkatesh have become the prime contenders for the top job now.
BCCI is struggling to find a new chief selector for Team India.
He also backed Vijay Shankar to come good at number four.
He praised the India spinners but also pointed a few technical glitches in their bowling.
The opening match of the event is scheduled to be played between Kabul Zwanan and Paktia Panthers in Sharjah.
The likes of MS Dhoni and Dinesh Karthik haven't performed to the potential in the limited opportunities.
He also felt that India will have the advantage in their second clash against Pakistan.
He reckons that India should stick to playing two fast bowlers and can rely heavily on the spinners.