The last event in which the archers can participate under the Indian flag is the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid from August 19-25.
The World Archery appointed Abhinav Bindra as an "independent person" in a selection panel which will pick Indian team for the World Youth Championship.
Archery's world body has de-listed the Archery Association of India (AAI) as a member and given it a month's time to either get its house in order or face suspension.
India ended their campaign with one silver and two bronze medals won in the women's compound team and individual events.
Jyothi Surekha Vennam medallist first led the fight back in the team event and then followed it up by clinching another bronze when she pipped world number two Yesim Bostan of Turkey.
The Indian men's archery team beat second-seeded Netherlands to advance into the World Archery Championships final.
Jharkhand's Anita Kumari topped the girls' under-21 compound ranking round with an imposing total of 694 points.
Akash Malik trains under South Korean coach Kim Hagyong at the Army Sports Institute in Pune.
Indian women archers bagged two bronze medals in the Compound event during the 2014 Incheon Games but returned empty-handed in the Recurve section.
Two Indian boys and girls also booked quota places for the 2018 Youth Olympics
The AAI will conduct an internal inquiry into the matter and take action against the coach, who was appointed on recommendation of the top ranked Indian compound archer Mayank Rawat.
Four-time silver medallist Deepika Kumari was beaten by Tan Ya-ting in straight sets to make an embarrassing first round exit from the Archery World Cup Final on Sunday.
India's compound mixed pair of Abhishek Verma and Divya Dahal brought some cheers by clinching a bronze medal to conclude the country's otherwise miserable campaign at the Archery World Cup Stage II.
The team comprising Abhishek Verma, Chinna Raju Srither and Amanjeet Singh prevailed 226-221 against the Colombians. The Colombian team comprised Camilo Andres Cardona, Jose Carlos Ospina and Daniel Munoz.
Matt Stutzman won silver at the London Paralympics and last year was certified by the Guinness World Records for the longest, accurate shot at 283.47 meters (930.04 feet)
Deepika Kumari and Bombayla Devi finished in the top 25 of the archery women's individual ranking round at the Rio Olympics. Earlier, Atanu Das finished 5th with a score of 683 in the ranking round. Catch archery highlights from Rio Olympics here
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Atanu Das was selected ahead of Jayanta Talukdar and Mangal Singh Champia to represent India in the men's recurve event at the 2016 Rio Olympics