In their 5/6 classification match, the India defeated Hong Kong 3-1 to qualify for their maiden appearance at the Worlds.
In the first game, Manika Batra defeated Ching Wan Li 8-11 11-8 11-6 11-9 and Rishya Reeth Tennison made it 2-0 in favour of the home team after winning the second singles 11-4 12-10 1-11 11-9.
However, Mallika Bhandarkar lost her match against Yee Lok Lo 1-11 8-11 8-11 to give the visitors a chance to make a comeback. But all their hopes were put to rest by Manika Batra, who won her reverse singles 10-12 11-5 11-8 11-8 against Ka Yee NG.
India's under-18 boys secured a bronze and a place in December's World Junior Championships despite losing their semifinal match to the top seed China 0-3.
The Indian boys had defeated the Chinese Taipei 3-2 in a thrilling encounter in the quarterfinals but today they looked out of sorts against the superior Chinese team.
Harmeet Singh, the architect of India's victory against Chinese Taipei, went down 7-11 7-11 6-11 to World No 2 Lin Gaoyuan in the first singles.
World No 24 Soumajit Ghosh lost a gruelling battle against world No 4 Wu Jiaji 5-11 11-9 6-11 9-11.
The third singles between India's G Sathiyan, world No 47, and world No 18 Yin Hang was an one-sided affair as the Tamil Nadu paddler lost 6-11 8-11 6-11. Sathiyan had defeated Hang in the World Junior Championships last year.
India had already been knocked out in the U-15 boys and girls competition. The cadet boys lost in the quarterfinals while the girls failed to advance to the quarterfinal stage.