India are also in contention for three medals in individual compound events with Verma and Jyothi slated to compete in their respective quarterfinals later on Saturday.
Archery World Championships: Ankita Bhakat, Abhishek Verma and Jyothi Surekha Vennam sail into quarters
India have already confirmed two medals by entering the compound women and mixed finals slated in the early hours of Saturday.
The 32-year-old was elected alongside reigning women's world champion Natalia Avdeeva of Russia after participants voted during the ongoing World Championships.
The week-long event, which starts on Tuesday, will see competitions in both compound and recurve categories across men, women, mixed, and the team divisions.
Practice of tie shots, breathing exercises gave dividends, says Paralympic medallist archer Harvinder Singh
Singh had dengue when he was just one-and-half years old and a local doctor administered him an injection that had an adverse effect and his legs stopped working properly.
In the under-18 men's recurve team final of the World Archery Youth Championship, the top-seeded Indian team edged past the French by 5-3 in a tight final.
Forest officer replaces slingshots with sports equipment and books so that birds are saved and tribal children turn into sports champions, writes Sudhir Suryawanshi
World Archery Youth Championship: India defeat Turkey in Compound Cadet Women team event to win gold
Indian Compound Cadet Women's team defeated Turkey 228-216 in the finals to win a gold medal in the championship.
One of India's best medal hopes at the concluded Tokyo Olympics, Deepika Kumari fizzled out in both her individual and mixed pair quarterfinals encounters to cap yet another horror Olympic campaign.
Several archers who underwent training at Karimnagar Archery Academy have gone on to take part in national-level events and even got jobs and admissions at educational institutes across the country.
The biggest letdown was the power archery couple -- Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das -- who were not able to overcome the pressure factor despite having the experience.
It was a poor start from the 29-year-old as a couple of loose arrows hit the red mark which saw him concede the first set 27-25.
Deepika Kumari had made her Olympics debut at London 2012 as world number one but crashed out of the opening round.
Deepika Kumari defeated Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez in the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympics at Yumenoshima Ranking Field.
Team events being 16-team draws provided the best opportunity to win a medal but exited early from the men's team and mixed pair sections.