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The swift shift toward online education has brought about a paradigm shift in the way that faculty members engage with the processes of teaching and learning in their classrooms. This study investigates the psychological effects of online education from the point of view of the mental well-being of faculty members. Online education has been increasingly popular in recent years. This study's goals are to investigate the influence that online education has had on the mental health of faculty members and to investigate the psychological repercussions that have resulted from this transformation. This study reveals the complex relationship between online education and the mental health of faculty by doing a thorough evaluation of the relevant literature and conducting a qualitative analysis of the experiences of various faculty members. The findings indicate that there is a sizeable impact that online education has on the emotional well-being of faculty members. Increased levels of stress, anxiety, and burnout are the direct result of the requirements of adapting to virtual platforms and navigating novel teaching approaches. As a result of the remote aspect of online teaching, there is a blurring of the boundaries between work and life, which has contributed to feelings of isolation and decreased job satisfaction. The mental strain experienced by faculty members has been further amplified as a result of difficulties posed by technology as well as a rise in the amount of work involved in producing and delivering digital information. This study shed light on the psychological effects that may result from the transition of faculty members to online education. Educational institutions are able to successfully traverse the shifting terrain of online education while protecting the overall well-being of their staff if they have a grasp of the issues that are faced by their faculty members and if they proactively employ steps to assist their mental health. The main objective of the study to examine the impact of online education on faculties mental well-being & to analyze the psychological outcomes of online education on faculties mental status. SPSS has been used to analyse the data.