The mission, which will take off from launch pad-2 of ISRO's Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, at 2.51 am on July 15, is scheduled to touch down on September 6 near the lunar south pole.
ISRO scientists on June 29 completed all the tests on the robotic rover Pragyan and integrated it with the lander Vikram.
The Microsat-R is an imaging satellite made by DRDO for military application and Kalamsat, the lightest satellite of India is made by a team of students from Chennai.
The four-stage launch vehicle which has alternating solid and liquid stages, with two strap-on configuration has been identified for the mission and configuration designated as PSLV-DL.
Apart from India's HysIS, PSLV-C43 will launch 1 micro and 29 nano satellites from eight countries at 9.58 am on Thursday.
The occasion was bereft of any jubilation. No handshakes or greetings -- a stoic silence as India's navigation satellite launch mission ended in a failure.