Chronic Kidney disease is a severe lifelong condition caused either by renal disease or by impaired functions of the kidneys. In the present area of research, Kidney cancer is one of the deadliest and crucial importance for the survival of the patients ‘ diagnosis and classification. Early diagnosis and proper therapy can stop or delay the development of this chronic disease into the final stage where dialysis or renal transplantation is the only way of saving the life of the patient. The development of automated tools to accurately identify subtypes of kidney cancer is, therefore, an urgent challenge in the recent past. In this project propose, to examine the ability of various deep learning methods an Adaptive hybridized Deep Convolutional Neural Network (AHDCNN) has been proposed for the early detection of Kidney disease efficiently and effectively. Classification technology efficiency depends on the role of the data set. To enhance the accuracy of the classification system by reducing the feature dimension an algorithm model has been developed using CNN. These high level properties help to build a supervised tissue classifier that discriminates between the two types of tissue. The experimental process on the Internet of medical things platform (IoMT) concludes, with the aid of predictive analytics that advances in machine learning which provides a promising framework for the recognition of intelligent solutions to prove their predictive capability beyond the field of kidney disease. This project is implemented with MATLAB software.