Aman, who got a direct entry into the final owing to the presence of just two boxers in his draw, defeated his lone challenger in Hungarian Laszlo Felfoldi 5-0 for the top honours.
Barun fetched a split 4-1 triumph over crowd favourite Rade Joksimovic. Akash had to toil harder for his 3-2 win over Argentine Jeheil Mirco Cuello.
Vijaydeep too endured a tough contest before prevailing 3-2 over Kazakhstan's Azat Assanov.
In the women's draw, Nitu sailed past Scotland's Billie Denholm 5-0. Divya also clinched a 5-0 triumph over Serbian Dajana Grumusa.
Lalita, on the other hand, won 4-1 against Russia's Angelina Kabakova.
Manisha (64kg) also went down by a similar margin to Russia's Lanna Maliuganova.
Neha Yadav (+81kg), a direct entrant into the final, was beaten 0-5 by Kazakhstan's Dina Islambekova.
In the men's competition, Ankit lost 1-4 to Scotland's Reese Lynch, while Akash (64kg) went down 2-3 to Thailand's Bannaphon Pannon.
Nitin Kumar (75kg) also lost a close one against Thailand's Weerapon Jongjoho.
Settling for bronze medals were Saskhi (51kg), Sakshi Gaidhani (81kg), Bhavesh Kittamani (52kg) and Anamika (51kg) after losing their respective semifinal bouts.
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