As demands of hydrogen energy become more increased, the development of electrocatalyst, which has high electrochemical activity, long stability and low-cost is inevitable for hydrogen evolution reaction (HER). In this paper, we report easy method to mass-produce nanosized Ni catalyst using late transition metal oxides, CeO2 and La2O3, on carbon support. The Ni_La0.67Ce0.33O1.67/C catalyst was synthesized by co-precipitation and solvo-thermal that are simple methods and can make higher activity and durability catalyst. Ni_La0.67Ce0.33O1.67 play a key role to reduce size of Ni particles and serve to improve the characteristics of the catalyst in a reducing atmosphere by forming solid solution. Ni_La0.67Ce0.33O1.67/C catalyst was recorded the lower overpotential of 124 mV at current density 10 mA/cm2 and higher long-term stability compared to Ni/C catalyst. We suggest that La0.67Ce0.33O1.67 forms a partial alloy with Ni to prevent Ni detaching and acts as a barrier to prohibit Ni migration. We proposed mechanism of Ni catalyst degradation in the HER electrode based on the results of this work.