We report on the fabrication and characterization of hybrid polymer light emitting device (HPLEDs) with high
brightness and simplicity in design with improved robustness than the conventional polymer light-emitting diodes. We
demonstrate the incorporation of Au capped inorganic titanium oxide TiO<sub>2</sub> nanocomposite in electroluminescent polymer
and fabricated HPLED. We achieved enhanced optical properties of the device and the increased performance of the
HPLED is attributed from the electronic charge transport properties of Au capped metal oxide particles in the
electroluminescence polymer. The interfacial contact area of electroluminescence polymer and cathode increased by the
incorporated nanoparticles in the organic polymer phase thereby improved luminescence properties.