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Technological developments today’s have entered a global level and cover all fields including education. To face the challenges of the future, Human Resources must be improved, so compulsory education is a top priority. In relation to Hinduism education, the teacher as an educator must absolutely be able to develop 21st century skills, as stated in the 2013 Curriculum implementation, so that students are able to realize it when they enter the community. The implications of 21st century skills in the process of Hinduism education actually expect that Hindu students as the next generation of Hindus in the future, are able to think critically to break down irrelevant dogmas. 21st century skills also emphasize improving social and spiritual attitudes that are able to realize Hindu students care for others, care for the environment, and have strong sradha and bhakti. In addition, 21st century skills also expect Hindu students to have online-based work skills and readiness to compete globally. Thus, Hindu’s students as the next generation of young people will be able to face the challenges of the future in the future with strong human resources and also have great spiritual mentality.

Kata Kunci

21st Century Skills, Hindu Religion Education.

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