Defending champions Jharkhand became the second team toenter the last-four stage after they hammered Tamil Nadu 8-0in their last and final group league encounter at the BarasatStadium here.
Mizoram''s R Laldanmawia found the target on sevenoccasions while Ramengmawia scored thrice, before VincentLalrindika completed the rout.
Dignath Khaddar bagged a hat-trick while Syed SohaibAhmed and Dwang Liana scored twice for Jharkhand. DineshBhagat was the other scorer for the reigning champions.
Chandigarh finished on a high, but failed to book asemi-final berth despite earning a hard-fought 3-1 victoryover Maharashtra in a Group A tie.
In the final match of the day, Karnataka edged pastPunjab 3-2 in an inconsequential Group C encounter.
Jharkhand will take on either Orissa or Goa, winner ofGroup B, while Mizoram are most likely to lock horns withhosts West Bengal in the semi-finals, to be played on February21 at the Mohun Bagan ground.