Indore : Principal of Maa Umiya Girls College (Rau) has sought police protection for holding the on-going semesters exams on the campus after five students caught copying in exams threatened to ransack the college on Monday.

A flying squad of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Monday caught five students red-handed while copying in BCom third semester exam.

These students were of IPS Academy whose exam centre is Maa Umiya Girls College.

Initially, the students protested registering of cheating cases against them but when their efforts went in vain they threatened of vandalising the college. One of the students even smashed window pane of the examination hall.

Moved by the threat issued by the students, Maa Umiya College principal Rita Jain wrote a letter to the police seeking protection for the upcoming papers.

She also wrote a letter to the DAVV requesting to shift students of IPS Academy to some other college. The principal said that the university should ensure that the college should be compensated for loss of its property if students took to ransacking.

This is a first case wherein students issued threats of avenging registration of a cheating case against them.

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