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This research paper investigates the intricate interplay between psychological empowerment and job satisfaction among teachers in management institutes. By examining the experiences of educators within this unique academic context, the study aims to provide insights into the factors that contribute to their overall well-being and engagement. The research employs quantitative surveys, to gather comprehensive data from a diverse sample of 250 teachers. The findings reveal a significant positive correlation between psychological empowerment and job satisfaction, highlighting the pivotal role of autonomy, competence, and impact on decision-making processes. The study also underscores the mediating role of organizational support in enhancing the relationship between psychological empowerment and job satisfaction. Furthermore, the research identifies notable levels of psychological empowerment among the participants, emphasizing their sense of confidence, control, and meaningful contribution to the institute's goals. The study's outcomes contribute to a deeper understanding of the dynamics within management institutes and emphasize the importance of nurturing psychological empowerment to foster educators' job satisfaction and overall well-being.