New Delhi (Agencies): Describing as "unfortunate" the MMS scandal which has rocked the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus, Vice-Chancellor S K Sopory on Thursday said the authorities could approach police after completion of the final inquiry.

"After the full inquiry report comes up, we may have to hand this to the police," the Vice-Chancellor told reporters here after he called on HRD Minister Kapil Sibal.

The varsity has set up a committee under Chief Proctor H B Bohidar to inquire into the incident revolving around a video clip circulating around the campus.

It showed two students of the School of Languages in an alleged compromising position.

Two students were suspended last evening based on the preliminary findings. Both were residents of Tapti Hostel.

"We have also issued a notice that anybody found to have these kind of clips or circulating it, will be as much as an offender as anyone else," Sopory said.

"This is a very unfortunate incident. JNU stands for many other things, not for these kind of activities," he said.

Raising concern over persons coming inside the campus and putting up in hostels, he said security in the varsity would be upgraded and a committee would be set up to relook into the hostel manual as "it needs some change".

Sopory said the incident came up during his meeting with the HRD Minister, who expressed "satisfaction with the immediate action taken by the inquiry committee".

He said he has held meetings with the hostel wardens and with the students also, who have expressed support to any action taken by the varsity to prevent this type of incidents from taking place again.