The NDA government on Tuesday listed the sector-wise foreign direct investment (FDI) under the "Make in India" initiative launched in September last year.
During the period October 2014 to September 2015, the total FDI under the initiative in terms of equity investments stood at $32.87 billion, the government said in a press statement on Tuesday.
The maximum investments were in computer hardware and software, $4.9 billion, and services, $4.6 billion, accounting for almost 30% of the inflows.
Trading as an investment category saw inflows of $4 billion, while the automobile sector secured investments worth $3.15 billion.
Other sectors that saw sizeable investments included construction, telecom, tourism, mining, pharmaceuticals, power and non-conventional energy.
Meanwhile, out of the Rs 85,020 crore worth of defence procurements in India during the last three financial years for the three defence services, about 62% was bought from Indian firms, Rao Inderjit Singh, Minister of State for Defence, said in the Rajya Sabha in reply to member KN Balagopal's query on Tuesday.