India's discus thrower Vikas Gowda kept himself in contention for a medal as he qualified for the final round by finishing top of Group A and fifth overall on Monday.
Krishna Poonia, who finished on seventh spot, was the other Indian to make the finals of the track and field event.
Gowda, who trains in the US, started with a throw of 63.52m but hurled the 2kg disc to a distance of 65.20m in his second attempt to book an automatic berth in the final round to be held at 12:15 am on Wednesday (India time).
The final-round entry standard was set at 65m mark or the best 12 sail through.
Before Gowda and Poonia in London, the other Indians to make it to the final round of Olympics track and field events are Milkha Singh (400m), Gurbachan Singh Randhawa (110m hurdles), Sriram Singh (800m), P T Usha (400m hurdles) and Anju Bobby George (Long Jump).