Not really.

The moment of inertia is relevant to angular acceleration. Assuming no friction or other losses,

angular acceleration = torque / MoI

You have the correct MoI value.

In practice the imbalance forces of the disc may dominate. If the mass isn't evenly distributed rotation

will move the centre of mass against gravity.

So is the disc nicely balanced with no other masses attached? Is there any appreciable friction to overcome?

Do you have a requirement for the angular acceleration needed.

Angular velocity is measure in radians/second, acceleration in radians/second^2. Torque in

Nm (newton-metres)