Recent trends in advanced nanotechnology developed thermal consequences of nanoparticles due to increasing significance in various engineering and thermal extrusion systems. The current continuation analyzes the axisymmetric stagnation point flow of magnetized rate-type nanoparticles configured by a porous stretching/shrinking rotating disk in the presence of motile microorganisms. A famous rate-type polymeric liquid namely Maxwell fluid has been used to examine the rheological consequences. Constitutive expressions based on the Buongiorno nanofluid model are used to examine the thermophoresis and Brownian motion features. With imposing similarity variables proposed by von Karman, the formulated problem is composed into dimensionless form. With the implementation of famous numerical technique bvp4c, the solution of governing flow equations is simulated. Graphical significance for each physical parameter is interpolated with relevant physical aspects. The variation in local Nusselt number, local Sherwood number, and motile density number corresponding to engineering parameters is numerically iterated and expressed in a tabular form. The study revealed that radial direction velocity component decreases by increasing the Deborah number and buoyancy ratio parameter. An enhanced temperature distribution for both stretching and shrinking cases has been noted by increasing the Biot number and thermophoresis parameter. A lower motile microorganisms distributed is noted due to the involvement of motile diffusivity.