Delhi are now second in Group B behind Maharashtra who defeated Uttar Pradesh by 105 runs in another Group B encounter in Bilaspur.
Unmukt Chand was captain of the Indian Under-19 team that won the 2012 ICC World Cup.
Unmukt Chand had led India to their 3rd ICC Under-19 World Cup title in 2012.
The senior selection committee of DDCA on Tuesday dropped Bihar politician Pappu Yadav's son Sarthak Ranjan and brought back seasoned Unmukt Chand for the knock-out phase of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.
Nitish Rana's fluent 67 and a patient unbeaten 48 from vice-captain Milind Kumar saw Delhi chase down a tricky target of 252 on the final day against Uttar Pradesh in their Ranji Group A encounter.
Delhi on Monday missed a golden opportunity to register an outright win as Assam managed to sneak home with a point defending a target of 79 in 14 overs during final hour of play.
Ishant Sharma feels the core of the current team is 'fairly experienced' having played together for nearly four seasons.
India B captain Unmukt Chand scored a 70-ball 63 in his team's seven run win over Gujarat in the Deodhar Trophy
Suresh Raina-captained Uttar Pradesh defeated Gautam Gambhir's Delhi to enter Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy final. Irfan Pathan's Baroda pipped Mumbai to title clash by virtue of better run-rate.
Unmukt Chand slammed a 58-ball 103 to help Delhi post a competitive 170 for five. In reply, Gujarat chased down the target in 17.3 overs, courtesy Priyank Kirit Panchal's unbeaten 68.