Bhavesh packed a flurry of punches on Manipur's Bhimjit Singh Heikrujam to conclude his bout with a unanimous nod from the judges in the 52 kg.
Selay Soy (46-49kg), L Bilotson Singh (56kg) and Ajay Kumar (60kg) are the other three SSCB boxers to make it to the last four.
While three boxers from Haryana, two from Uttar Pradesh and one each from Madhya Pradesh, Chandigarh and Assam reached the last four, it was young Sikkimese boxer Krishna Kailash Roy who stole the show in the lightweight category.
Kailash defeated his opponent from West Bengal on points as he sailed into the semi-final.
Manipur's Babyrojisana Chanu continued her sublime run in the tournament, this time getting the better of Uttar Pradesh's Aprajita Mani with a unanimous 5:0 verdict in the fly weight category.
Haryana's Poonam (54kg) proved too strong for her Manipuri opponent Thotyolo, who was left flustered with a flurry of punches and the referee had to stop the contest in the final round.
Poonam won the bout 5-0.
Khanan looked in rampaging form as the referee intervened to stop the contest in R1.
While Kumar put up a power packed show to snatch a RSC verdict in R2 against Harshal Phondni from Chandigarh; Kohli dominated her opponent from West Bengal too to register a unanimous win and secure berth in the last four stages.
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