Hey guys, suppose in 1 out of 20 questions, I somehow fail to present a neutral point of view and my answer seems leaning towards a particular ideology and if the paper checker is of the opposite ideology, will it affect the marks that he awards in the rest 19 answers of mine even though they are perfectly fine.
Won't he start reading rest of my answers more critically and award lesser marks as compared to other people's answers?
Does UPSC has a mechanism to remove this checker bias?
They expect us to be neutral and objective, but how do they ensure the same thing from the professors who check the papers?
The day we decided that the worth of an individual was determined by their performance in an examination, that was the day Education failed us.