Make in India initiative was launched by Prime Minister Modi on 25th September 2014 as a part of a wider set of nation-building initiatives  It is a plan devised to transform developing India into a global design & manufacturing hub, in a world market.  It represents a complete Changes in the government’s thinking  “ a shifting from issuing authority to business partners, in keeping with PM’s Principle is Make in India government maximum governance.

A workshop titled “ Make in India secretarial prospective &initiative’s was conducted on 29th December 2014 under which an action plan for 1 year and 3 Years has been prepared to boost investments in 25 sectors.

Make in India focuses on the following 25 sectors of the Indian economy ( 100% FDI Permitted )

  1. Automobiles
  2. Auto Spare Parts
  3. Aviation
  4. Biotech
  5. Chemicals
  6. Construction
  7. Defense manufacturing industries
  8. Electrical manufacturing industries
  9. Electronic Systems
  10. Food Processing
  11. IT and BPM
  12. Leather
  13. Media and Entertainment
  14. Mining
  15. Oil and Gas
  16. Pharmaceuticals
  17. Ports & Shipping
  18. Railways
  19. Renewable energy
  20. Roads & Railways
  21. Space
  22. Textiles & Garments
  23. Terminal power
  24. Tourism & Hospitality


Exception under:

Space – 74%

Defense – 49%

News Media – 26%



FDI is prohibited under the Government route and automatic route in the following sectors


Atomic Energy

Lottery business

Gambling and betting

Business of chit fund



Housing and real estate business

Trading is Transfer development rights(TDRS)

Manufacturing of cigars, cheroots, cigarillos, and cigarettes, of tobacco or of its substitutes


Reasons to Make in India

1 Separate Legal Entity

2 Easy Transferability of Shares

  1. Perpetual succession

4 Foreign direct investment

5 Large market for wide range of resources

6 Young population

7 Developments in Technology


  1. A foreign National/ entity incorporated outside India(Other than a citizen of Pakistan or Bangladesh)

Where and By How

  1. By acquiring shares of the company or by setting up a subsidiary in permitted sectors in the following entities
  • Limited Liability Partnership
  • Private Limited Company
  • Public Limited Company

As FDI is allowed in India under Two Routes

  1. Automatic Route
  2. Government Route



It does not require prior approval either of the government or RBI in all to sectors specified in the policy

Only post investment filings with the RBI are required to be done within 30 days of receipt of investment money in India of filing prescribed documents and details of Allotment of shares within 30 days of allotment of shares to Foreign Investors



It requires prior approval of the Government which is considered by the Foreign Investment Promotion Based (FIPB)

Audit Disciples will help you to go through all these hurdles without any hindrances to be your legal and professional consultant and to incorporate without any issues, timely and cost-effectively.



30 – 45 Working days subject to ROC processing time and timely submission of relevant documents by the client


  • Minimum 2 Share Holders
  • Minimum Directors out of which being an Indian citizen and Indian resident
  • Written of MOA and AOA documents to be attested by the Notary/ Indian Embassy
  • Board Resolution passed by Foreign company for acquires in shares in Indian company


  • PAN for all director
  • Driving License , Passport, Voters Id/ Aadhar of all the directors
  • Passport size photo
  • Specimen signature of all director

Latest Bank Statement , Telephone bill/ electricity bill in the of all directors not less 45 days.