Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu first said he had not received any notice and later said that some members had met him expressing desire to raise the NRC issue.
"I myself have requested the Home Minister to come (to respond to members' concern)," he said adding he was ready for a discussion.
As unrelenting members moved to the aisle, he warned that House proceedings would be adjourned if they did not return to their seats.
"I am ready for discussions. I want the Home Minister to respond. What (more) you want," he said. "The Home Minister is here. He will respond," he said.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh was present in the House.
But members did not heed to his pleas and slogan shouting TMC members moved into the well of the House, forcing Naidu to adjourn proceedings till noon.
Out of 32.9 million applicants, 28.9 million have been found eligible for inclusion in the complete draft of NRC, that was released in Guwahati this morning. This meant that the names of 4 million have been left out.
Earlier, the House mourned the passing away of N Thangaraj Pandian, a former member of Rajya Sabha.
Pandian, who represented the state of Tamil Nadu from June 1992 to June 1998 in the Upper House, passed away on July 17, 2017 at the age of 61 years, Naidu said reading out an obituary reference.
Members stood in their places as a mark of respect for the departed soul.