Mechanical stability is an important phenomenon that governs many application-based properties of membranes. The inorganic materials of a membrane have been synthesized by a qualitative sol-gel method of material synthesis. Membranes of cobalt (CP) and nickel (NP) composites were designed by mixing the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with CP and NP materials separately into 1:1 ratio. These composite membranes were characterized by various sophisticated techniques like FTIR, XRD, TGA/DTA, SEM supported EDX, LCR studies, whereas antibacterial analysis and electrochemical studies have also been done by the TMS theoretical method. These prepared membranes have shown desired mechanical, chemical and thermal stabilities. The above characterization techniques indicate the functional groups, material nature, thermal stability, surface structure, porosity, elemental percentages, dielectric nature and ion transportation. The Teorell Meyer and Seviers (TMS) method was used to show the important membrane parameters like charge density, transport number, mobility ratio and charge effectiveness.