The article explores the upshot of Hall current, thermal radiation and magnetic field on hybrid nanoliquid flow over the surface of a spinning disk. The motive of the present effort to upgrade the heat transmission rate for engineering and industrial purposes. The hybrid nanoliquids as comparative to the conventional fluids have higher thermal properties. A special class of nanoparticles known as carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and iron ferrite Fe3O4 are added to the base fluid. The system of modeled equations is depleted into dimensionless differential equations through similarity transformation. The transform equations are further solved through Parametric Continuation method (PCM). For parametric study the embedding flow factors on velocity, energy, mass transmission and motile microorganism’s concentration profiles have been sketched. The obtained results are compared with the existing literature, which shows best settlement. It concluded that the heat transmission rate reduces for Hall current and rises with radiative factor. The results perceived that the addition on CNTs in carrier fluid is more efficacious than any other types of nanoparticles, due to its C-C bond. CNTs nanoliquid can be more functionalized for the desired achievement, which can be utilize for a variety of applications by functionalization of non-covalent and covalent modification.