MPCA launched the 'Continuous Training Scheme' in 2011 eyeing on budding talent in the age group of 12 – 15 years.

This coaching system operates under the Academy set-up at Holkar Stadium, aiming to provide sustained training to budding cricketers. Players get the opportunity to sharpen their skills under watchful eyes of reputed cricket coaches and support staff, who utilise the most up-to-date methods and contemporary techniques of cricket coaching and other related aspects.

MPCA conducts 'open trials' to select players who can be enrolled for 'CTS'. Selected players are provided with regular cricket coaching, systematic fitness management, specific nutrition, regular health check up, etc.. In addition, if a player hails from a place other than Indore, MPCA takes care of his accommodation, boarding, and education as well.

Annual assessment of players is held by a panel of experts. Any player who appears to have absorbed all such external support (from the seasoned professional in each field) for honing his skills and raising owns cricketing abilities are graduated so that they can compete at higher levels of cricket.

The 'CTS' has made available elaborate pool of talented cricketers who are on the verge of making it big. Players like Avesh Khan, Rahul Bathom (U-19 India team for World Cup), Rahul Chandrol  (U-19 Challenger Trophy), Ashutosh Sharma, Sagar Sharma, Bhupendra Bhadoriya (members of MP U-16 team that won the National title in 2013), and many more have benefitted from this scheme.   

The scheme has been remodelled in June 2019.