The celebrated Indian shooter, Abhinav Bindra will be part of the selection panel, also consisting of IOA secretary general Rajeev Mehta and a representative of Sport Ministry to pick the national teams till a new AAI body takes charge.
Jyothi Surekha Vennam led the fightback for the Indian Women Compound Team to seal a 229-226 win against Turkey, and clinched another bronze in the evening session when she pipped world number two Yesim Bostan of Turkey 10-9 in the shoot-off.
A day after securing the 2020 Tokyo Olympics three-man quota by making the quarterfinals, the India trio of Tarundeep Rai, Atanu Das and Pravin Jadhav made their way into the finals, where they will be up against China.
Both the men's and women's recurve teams remained in the fray for securing spots for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games after a day of success, where the men's team will next face Canada to secure the three-athlete quotas.
Two-time Olympian Tarundeep Rai shot 676 to secure the best finish (11th) among the Indians, while his young Army colleague Pravin Jadhav was next best at 31st place with a score of 673, for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics qualifications.
The Archery Association of India will go ahead with two separate polls simultaneously in New Delhi and Chandigarh on Sunday, which will lead to the election of two presidents, Union Minister of Tribal Affairs Arjun Munda and retired IAS officer BVP Rao.
Ahead of the World Championships, the World Archery has warned Archery Association of India that if they hold two polls then they would be suspended to compete the championships under a national flag, but instead they have to compete under a World Archery flag.