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Ms.Kusuma K

Assistant Professor

Department of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning


Ms.Kusuma K is an Assistant Professor in the Department of AI&ML. Her academic interests include Data Structures and Application, Database Management  Systems, Design & Analysis of Algorithms , Data Mining & Data Warehousing, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Web Technology and its Applications Java, C++, Python. In addition to her interest in academics, she also focuses on research in the area related to Artificial Intelligence(ABAI).

She holds a B.E. degree in CSE from Visvesvaraya Technological University and M.E degree in CSE(Web Technology) from Bangalore University. She has participated in various workshops and faculty development programs held at various colleges.

She has around 10 years of teaching experience in various Engineering colleges, and around one year experience in Cambridge Institute of Technology since  from 2021.

Guided B.E.  students in their seminars and project dissertations.

She has taken various responsibilities in the department level PRCell Coordinator, Forum Coordinator etc. She is also involved in various workshops and trainings conducted for students as well as faculties.

Academic Degrees

  • M.E, Web Technologies, UVCE.
  • B.E., Computer Science and Engineering, SJCIT, VTU.



  • Attended Workshop on HR & Quality in Technical Education on 21st Jan 2011 at S.J.C.Institute of Technology Chickaballapur
  •  Attended National Conference on “Free  Software Movement Karnataka” March 20th and 21st 2010.
  • Worked as student coordinator for two day workshop on Web Technologies and Information Management conducted by University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Bangalore.
  • Attended 14days workshop on Entrepreneurship Development Programme 2021 at Cambridge Institute of Technology, Bangalore.  
  • Presented a Paper “Extraction of Complex Data With Security-Privacy ECHS theorem”