Last month, Anand had announced that he will be supporting Dvorkovich in the FIDE elections.
Carlsen beat Ian Ian Nepomniachtchi by the scored 7.5-3.5 to retain his title.
Replying to a tweet by FIDE announcing him as a commentator for the match, Anand said he was looking forward on the assignment.
The Kollam-native had finished third in the national U-16 championship held in June.
The 16-year-old beat Armenia’s Shant Sargsyan 1-5-0.5 in the final of the U-18 category.
Chess.com had claimed that Carlsen was invited for the Online Nations Cup, but the Norwegian world champion was not 'willing to play under the same financial conditions as the other participants'.
Ummer Koya was also a reputed international arbiter and widely respected in chess-playing nations.
The value of chess in education is increasingly recognised. Kerala, as an advanced, innovative state in India, would be ideal to be a pioneer in this field, says the FIDE vice-president.