Nara Canal is a perennial irrigation canal having six falls but two falls on the canal at RD 26 and RD 139 are found to be favourable for hydropower development. A number of layouts plan has been studied by collecting discharge data for the years 1995 to 2005 and flow duration curves were prepared to ascertain the availability of flows. For design discharge of the studied layouts, flow of 311 m3/s and 307 m3/s for Layout-A and Layout-B respectively which were available 30% time of the year were selected. Power potential and Energy output were evaluated for both layouts in comparying and finalization of layout scheme. The maximum power output for Layout-A and Layout-B was 5.5 MW and 8.11 MW respectively.The mean annual energy output expected for Layout-A and Layout-B was 35.5 GWh and 57.17 GWh respectively. Detailed results are presented in this technical book. The authors appreciate the efforts of Barthlemy Chaton and his team in facilitating and highly acknowledge publishing of it by VDM Publishing House Ltd., for technical knowledge sharing internationally.