Star pugilist Vijender Singh (75kg) and the Asian silver medal-winning duo of Mandeep Jangra (69kg) and L Devendro Singh (49kg) ended second in the competition after losing in the final of the Games that came to an end on Sunday in Glasgow.
Among the women, who made their CWG debut, L Sarita Devi (60kg) and Pinki Jangra (51kg) claimed a silver medal and a bronze medal respectively.
"We hardly got any exposure trips before CWG but for the first time in history of the games, we had four boxers in the finals (including Sarita Devi)," Sandhu said in an interview on Sunday after returning to the country.
"Yes, we did not get a gold medal but given the fact that we had no exposure and no official representation at the Games due to our federation's termination, for me these silver
Medals are as good as gold," he said.
"As a teacher, I would give my boys 8 on a scale of 10," he added.
The Indian boxers have always won at least one gold medal since 2002 with the performance touching an all-time high of three gold medals in the 2010 Games in Delhi.
"Expectation of medals is always based on a number of factors. The training of the boxers is obviously the primary factor but so many other things also play a role in how the performance shapes up, which also includes the international exposure," he said.
"Going into the Games, we had no exposure. The administrative turmoil was also there and had the circumstances been better, we would have definitely got a gold medal," added Sandhu.
Reflecting on the performance of his wards, Sandhu said, "They showed a big heart, all of them. They were fearless and though a few things did not go as planned in the final bouts, overall it's a performance worth being proud of."

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