Kanya Maha Vidyalaya- the Heritage & Autonomous institution, Seat of Women Empowerment, Ranked No.1 in India by India Today Ranking (various categories) have always strive to make a noble contribution to the society. Last night when the clock hit 9, hundreds of KMVites heeded to Prime Minister’s Narendra Modi’s call to lighten the diyas, candles & even flash lights in their balconies or outside their main gate, as a mark of respect to the Corona Warriors – doctors, nurses, sanitation workers and police personnel who are braving it out on the front lines. On Thursday, PM Modi has urged all countrymen to switch off their lights for 9 minutes at 9 pm on Sunday and asked them to light diyas, candles or use the flashlight of their mobile phones as a sign of solidarity to combat the novel Coronavirus. Principal, faculty members & students of KMV came out to light up diyas, candles and even flash lights of their mobile phones expressing India’s resolve to collectively fight COVID-19 in a symbolic gesture of solidarity following the prime minister’s call. Principal Prof. (Dr.) Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that from time to time we recognise the strength of 1.3 billion people and that gives us all the citizens of this country the strength to fight against Coronavirus. We also need to take care of the people who are most affected by this crisis the poor, the weaker sections towards hope and light. She further maintained that people need to learn the importance of social distancing as health is the only way to happiness in the world because good health is the greatest fortune one can have on this earth.