The rapid advancements in the wireless communication networks have increased the popularity of portable or mobile devices and the network framed with these mobile devices. These mobile networks framed using the volunteering portable devices are decentralized and have dynamic topologies experiencing sudden changes in the network structure. The main reason causing the topology changes are the limited energy availability of the device and their mobility. Improper trafficking of the tasks and improper selection of the portable devices causes maximum energy consumption resulting in the link failures and changes in the topology of the network. So the paper puts forward the hybridized optimization technique to handle the multi-objective problem faced by these decentralized networks. The proposed method is validated using the network simulator-2 to evince throughput, energy consumption and the network longevity achieved by the proposed method.