The New Education Policy (NEP) proposes that at least half of all students receive vocational training. According to the policy, kids would be exposed to vocational subjects as early as sixth grade. For grades 6 to 8, NCERT will develop a practice-based curriculum. During grades 6-8, each student will participate in a ten-day fun course that will provide an overview and hands-on experience of a sampling of important vocational crafts, such as carpentry, electric work, metal work, gardening, pottery making, and so on, as determined by States and local communities and mapped by local skills. Similar internship opportunities to master vocational courses are also recommended by NEP for students in grades 6 through 12, including during the summer. Throughout the year, bagless days will be promoted for a variety of enrichment activities such as arts, quizzes, athletics, and vocational crafts. Children will be exposed to activities outside of school on a regular basis through excursions to historical, cultural, and tourism sites, meetings with local artists and craftsmen, and visits to higher educational institutions in their village, Tehsil, District, and State. NEP emphasises skill development for greater life prospects, hands-on learning, co-curricular activities and learning that is enjoyable. The paper finds out the awareness, concept and activities for implementation of 10 day bagless period. Survey was conducted on 10 elementary school teachers of Chilika Block, Khordha, Odisha. The sample was selected randomly. Self-developed interview schedule was used as tool for data collection. The study indicated that all teachers are aware about the 10 days bagless period and had understanding of different activities to be done in the school.