Jyothi finished seventh in her 100m hurdles heat and could not progress to the semi-finals while Krisha Kumar, competing in the 800m heats also finished 7th in his heat.
Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra will spearhead 28-member strong Indian challenge at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary from August 19 to 27.
The long jump finals along with other remaining summit clashes in the National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships 2023 will be held on Monday.
A gold medal at the World Championships will be historic for the country, much like the champion thrower's top-podium finish at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Paul finished 12th overall after being placed in Group A and posting a personal best jump of 16.99 at the Federation Cup earlier this year.
Neeraj, who was placed in Group A at Hayward Field, recorded an 88.39m throw in his first attempt to break the qualifying mark and did not take his second or third attempts on Thursday.
Wightman won in three minutes and 29.23 seconds, outperforming several of the event's favourites.
Competing with 11 others in the final at the Hayward Field, the 23-year-old Sreeshankar began with 7.96-metre jump, which made him the leader after the opening series.