The players for the fringe fast bowlers camp beginning later this month would also be announced tomorrow.
BCCI secretary S K Nair said over telephone that he would arrive in Bangalore this evening and hold broad interactions with newly appointed coach Greg Chappell, chairman of national selection committee Kiran More and other selectors, and chalk out the details of the two camps, including its duration.
The tri-series, featuring India, the West Indies and the hosts Sri Lanka, is scheduled to be held in August.
Nair has already said Indians playing in the English County circuit and those figuring in the probables list would be allowed to skip the conditioning camp.
That would remove from the scene Sourav Ganguly, Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan and Dinesh Mongia, who are all busy in the English circuit.
Meanwhile, Chappell had already had detailed discussions with the team's trainer Gregory King and physio John Gloster on the plan of action for the two camps.
Chappell, the 56-year-old former Australian captain, had already stressed the need for fitness in the hectic international calendar.