With this, the total inflow in equities has reached over Rs 822 billion during the current financial year so far (April-November), according to data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi).
According to the data, equity and equity-linked saving schemes saw an inflow of Rs 84.14 billion in November, much lower than Rs 126.22 billion registered in the preceding month.
In September, such schemes had witnessed an inflow of Rs 111.72 billion and Rs 8,3.75 billion in August.
The Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) contribution continues to be the same at Rs 79.85 billion in November as compared to last month.
Overall, the mutual fund industry saw a net infusion of Rs 1.4 trillion last month.
Liquid funds attracted Rs 1.36 trillion, gold exchange-traded funds saw a net inflow of Rs 100 million after witnessing a pull-out in the past several months. In contrast, income funds saw a withdrawal of Rs 65.18 billion