Past three decades to current literature, lanthanum silicates embedded with nickel ions are notable for different opto-electronic and semiconducting use. Current days of opto-electronics, including advanced semiconducting resources, need different assemblies of glass resources employing elastic, luminescent, and electronic characteristics. In this view, the opto-electronic resource of chemical composition Ba(10-x)NixLa30Si60 has planned for synthesis followed by mechanical, thermoluminescent, and opto-electronic characterization. The materials developed are showing glassy behavior, and which was confirmed by the structural characterization. The glass with 0.6 mol% NiO concentration exhibiting better thermal stability. Observations made on the elastic characterization of glasses suggested covalent structure. DTA results which include thermal stabilities of glasses, suggest materials are capable of high thermal stability. Molecular structure of glasses studied with the help of FT-IR spectra. Different structural units and their waves number positions are identified and analysed. Which also suggested glassy behavior. D.C. Conductivity reports suggest that the materials are electrically active, and they are showing few orders of ionic conductivity. A decrease in optical basicity with increasing NiO mol% of glasses suggests high order of covalence. Trap depth parameters (Tm, E𝛕, E𝛅, E𝛚 & ms) under thermoluminescence studies suggest glass with 0.6 mol% NiO concentration is a beneficial TL resource. Optical absorption spectra of glasses is recorded, and which helps to calculate the Racah parameters of glasses. Refractive index, emissive cross-section, optical band gap, and transition probability of nickel hosted present glasses evaluated with the help of photoluminescence characterization. This suggests glasses embedded with nickel ions are highly photonic. All the outcomes from the various characterization of glasses which include mechanical, thermoluminescent, and photo-electronic results, suggest a glass with 0.6 mol% NiO concentration is a helpful thermoelement and opto-electronic resource.