No. The process of mining is actually just gathering transactions that were broadcasted to the network and structuring them into something called a block. All of the Bitcoin blocks have to be in a certain mathematical relationship with each other where together they make a chain (blockchain).
Figuring out how to make a block that is in this relationship with the other Bitcoin blocks is a very computer intensive work (basically just guessing the solutions, brute forcing).
For this work miners get paid in two ways, they get newly printed coins and they get whatever mining fee the transactions that they chose to include in their block. This mining fee can be set by the users to whichever value they want, but blocks are limited in size by design, so users compete with their mining fees to get included in a next block.
Mining fees are there to motivate miners to get transactions included in the blocks and printing of new bitcoins is a way of fair distribution of coins over time and a way to motivate miners to mine blocks when there aren’t many transactions (early days of Bitcoin).
There are many youtube videos that explain the process of mining in Bitcoin