The 37-year-old 2012 Olympic bronze-medallist was named for the position after voting by the AIBA's board of directors.
The Boxam International Tournament would see all of India's nine Olympic-bound boxers in action.
Veteran pugilist, plotting a comeback to the ring, has in her crosshairs new target.
Mary Kom on Wednesday became the country's first sportsperson to join the Made in India microblogging platform 'KOO'.
The tournament she will be seen in next, along with eight other Olympic-bound Indian boxers, will be held in Castellon from March 1 to 7.
Mary Kom has recently joined the national camp and begun training for the final phase of comeback ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Earlier this year, the attacker signed for Scottish side Rangers Women FC and credited the 'international exposure' provided by the federation as a key factor as Indian football moves forward together
Zareen participates in the same weight category as Mary Kom while Thapa competes with Kaushik for the 63kg slot.
The India captain declared that he would seek to follow the path laid down by Mary Kom, a champion boxer and a mother of four.
The 24-year-old insisted that as no tournaments are lined up this year, now she is working towards channeling all her efforts to improve her fitness and agility.
The session will begin at 5 pm on Sunday and will be streamed live on the YouTube page of Fit India as well as the Facebook and Instagram pages of Shilpa Shetty Kundra.
The 37-year-old said that she could hardly find any fellow female boxers when she was starting out.
Having scaled the summits of many events in long-spanning career, tough times are not deterring the champion boxer from preparing for Olympic gold quest.
Sports Secretary Radheshyam Jhulaniya, SAI Director General Sandip Pradhan and SpiceJet Chairman and Managing Director Ajay Singh were also present on the occasion.
Non-cricketing female sportspersons made sure that 2018 was not only about men in blue but also about women who sweat it out equally.