CBSE has lost trust of students

The CBSE class 10 and 12 board exams are under scrutiny after reports of question paper leaks spread like wildfire throughout country. Caught off guard the HRD ministry had no option but to cancel class 10 mathematics and Class 12 economics examination. The fresh date is expected to be announced soon. The paper leak controversy has put serious question mark over the credibility of CBSE. The student communities along with parents are the worst sufferers.
Students put in lot of hard work to prepare for these exams. Many of them are preparing to appear in various entrance examinations. Especially for the students of class 12 it is going to be tougher. Also if the media reports are to be believed CBSE had prior knowledge of paper leak but choose to remain silent. This is absolutely shocking act. There should be proper investigation perhaps a supreme court monitor one to unearth the truth. The Govt need to fix the accountability and the heads must roll. To ensure impartial enquiry the CBSE chairperson should be removed and a new one be appointed. The board has uphill task of regaining its lost glory. Its reputation has been badly hurt by the leakage of question papers. The Indian students going abroad to study having passed CBSE exams will now be under lot of scrutiny owing to these paper leak incident. The students have lost trust in CBSE. How will they assure them that question paper will again not be leaked? The onus lies with CBSE to regain the trust of the millions of students.