However, I watch YouTube channels and their debates where all participants give us knowledge about the topic of the day. They don't interfere each other and anchor does not ask another question until reply is completed.
The same is the case with policies also. The ruling party brought a new bill and all supporters will try to project the advantages of the issue and give the best mark possible. The supporters of the opposition will start projecting the disadvantages. Both will have a biased opinion only. We should forget our affiliations and see the issues on their usefulness only. But that will never be done.
Even if a teacher values the answer sheet after seeing the name of the student the award of marks will be different. If no name is there we will find an unbiased valuation only. I think this is the reason students are asked not to write their names anywhere in the answer sheets.
This is mainly because we tend to act in accordance to our ideologies. If we are in favor of certain ideologies then we are going to support it no matter what.
vis-a-versa if we are not in favor of certain ideologies then we are not going to support it no matter what.
Knowledge is power.