This perusal attempts to model and interpret the entropy generation analysis and the flow field of 2-D, steady, viscous, incompressible and laminar boundary layer and forced convection heat transport of micropolar ferrofluid past a stretching sheet including suction and normal magnetic field effects. The porous sheet’s velocity and temperature are presumed to change linearly. Exact explicit solutions of the velocity, angular velocity and temperature distributions have been derived. The impacts of physical parameters on the local skin friction coefficient, the local Nusselt number, the entropy generation number further the velocities and temperature distributions are analyzed by tables and graphs. The angular velocity has more value than velocity for the least value of the magnetic and material parameters. The entropy generation number has a direct relation with material parameter and Brinkman either Reynolds numbers. Moreover, an inverse relation with the Prandtl number.