AIBA's Gloves Up programme is helping grass root level boxing coaches learn from world class instructors.
India finished the World Women's Youth Championships tournament with five gold medals.
Vijender Singh will face a tough opponent in Rocky Fielding, who has 25 wins out of pro fights.
India enjoyed an all-win day at the AIBA Women's Youth World Boxing Championships with five of the country's pugilists advancing to the quarterfinals after contrasting victories on Tuesday.
Niharika Gonella, however missed out on her medal opportunity, bowing down to the more accomplished and technically stronger boxer from England, Georgia O'Connor.
Bidhuri won a bronze at the World Boxing Championships in Hamburg.
Gaurav Bhiduri becomes the second Indian boxer to win a medal in his debut world championship.
In a big blow to India, defending bronze-medallist and fifth seed Shiva Thapa (60kg) was on Monday forced out of the 19th World Championships owing to food poisoning and high fever.
While Amit stunned seventh seed Carlos Quipo of Ecuador, Gaurav got the better of Ukrainian Mykola Butsenko in a pre-quarterfinal bout.
Amit Phangal became the first Indian boxer to enter the quarterfinals of the 19th World Championships, upstaging seventh seed Carlos Quipo of Ecuador in his second-round bout on Sunday.
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