"The schedule currently announced is for the second batch of delivery upto 24,000 EC applications received in Riyadh and above 3,700 EC applications received in Eastern Province," the embassy said in a statement.
"The schedule for verification and delivery of subsequent batches of applications will be announced shortly," it said.
In the first batch, 15,000 EC applications were received at collection centers across Saudi Arabia.
There has been a rush for the emergency travel documents with about 60,000 applicants looking for one, amid concerns about possible job losses after the new 'Nitaqat' labour law comes into effect.
The 'Nitaqat' law makes it mandatory for local companies to hire one Saudi national for every 10 migrant workers.
There has been widespread perception that the new policy will lead to denial of job opportunities for a large number of Indians working there. Over two million Indians are currently working in Saudi Arabia.
Meanwhile, Indian external affairs minister Salman Khurshid on Friday left for Saudi Arabia on the invitation of his Saudi counterpart Prince Saud Al-Faisal.
During his talks with Saudi officials, Khurshid is expected to raise the issue of 'Nitaqat' law.