In recent days, nanofluids have derived the attention of researchers, scientists and engineers due to their abundant applications in Engineering and technology and specific applications such as Electronics cooling, vehicle cooling, medical applications including cancer therapy and so on. Motivated by these applications of nanofluids, this work is mainly concerned with the convective heat transfer of nanofluids. MHD slip flow of nanofluids with heat absorption over a rotating disk subjected to suction has been analyzed. Two types of nanofluids such as copper-water nanofluid and silver-water nanofluid are considered for the present study. The system of axisymmetric nonlinear partial differential equations governing the hydromagnetic steady flow and heat transfer are reduced to nonlinear ordinary differential equations by introducing suitable similarity transformations. The resulting non-linear ordinary differential equations are solved numerically by most efficient Nachtsheim-Swigert shooting iteration technique for satisfaction of asymptotic boundary conditions along with Runge – Kutta Fehlberg Method. The flow field is affected by the presence of physical parameters, such as magnetic interaction parameter, suction parameter, slip parameter and solid volume fraction, whereas the temperature field is addionally affected by magnetic interaction parameter, suction parameter, internal heat absorption parameter and solid volume fraction. With the amplifying effect in magnetic interaction parameter, suction parameter, slip parameter and solid volume fraction, the radial and tangential velocities decline. Axial velocity gets decelerated for increasing magnetic interaction parameter and slip parameter whereas it gets accelerated for growing effect of suction parameter and solid volume fraction. The temperature of the fluid within the boundary layer enhances with the increasing effect of magnetic interaction parameter and solid volume fraction while it reduces for increasing values of the suction parameter and internal heat absorption parameter. Also the values of radial and tangential skin friction coefficients and Nusselt number are obtained numerically and are tabulated.