Author Guidelines

ICTACT Journals publish research articles that map the new frontiers in emerging technologies of the ICT domain. Our journals serve the purpose of providing a platform for Researchers, Students, and Faculties to exhibit their research ideas to the entire community. Apart from regular papers, we also publish special issues on specific topic of interest to the international ICT community.

General Guidelines

ICTACT Journals are dedicated to publishing quality research papers that are novel in concept and all other aspects of research.

  • Submission of an article to ICTACT requires an understanding that the paper is not already published or under consideration for publications with other journals.
  • The content has not been copied or plagiarized in whole or in part from other works.
  • Articles should be submitted only in MS-Word format and pdf files are NOT accepted.
  • Articles for submission should strictly follow the format of the Template available in our website (Click here to download)

Once the article has been submitted to ICTACT Journals, it is understood that the article has been read and approved by all the co-authors and all agreed to the submission of the article. Corresponding author is responsible for the article during the review process and also for the collection and provision of copyrights from each co-author after acceptance.

Language Standards

ICTACT Journals can only accept research articles written in English. Authors should note that they are writing for international audience. National colloquialisms and idiomatic use of language should be avoided to the extent possible. Word choices and sentence constructions that might imply bias against persons on the basis of gender, racial or ethnic group membership, disability, sexual orientation, or age should be avoided.

Figures & Tables

Figures and tables should be numbered and cited in the text in the sequence of appearance. Authors are requested to submit high resolution, gray-scale images in editable format. All the figures and tables should carry a caption which comprises a brief title and a description.


Upon acceptance of an article, the authors should give an undertaking while submitting the paper that the manuscripts submitted to journal have not been published and have not been simultaneously submitted or published elsewhere and manuscripts are their original work. Upon acceptance for publication, the following rights will be assigned to the publisher and retained by the author:

The Publisher’s Rights Include:

  • A right to first publish (print and electronic) and disseminate the article under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License for the purposes of Open Access publication.
  • The right to provide the article in all forms and media so the article can be used on the latest technology even after publication.
  • Additional rights to enforce the rights in the work, on behalf of an author, against third parties in the case of plagiarism, ethic disputes and fraud
Rights Retained by authors:


There are no charges involved in publishing with ICTACT Journals. Authors and co-authors will receive individual complimentary copies of the journal in which their article has been published.

Submission Process

Manuscript should be prepared based on the template available in our website

Submissions are accepted through the online submission system  or can be emailed to (ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology), (ICTACT Journal on Image and Video Processing), (ICTACT Journal on Soft Computing),  (ICTACT Journal on Microelectronics),  (ICTACT Journal on Management Studies) as per the template.

Articles should be prepared in accordance to the author guidelines available in

The papers can be submitted throughout the year. Articles which are in the scope of our special issues should be directly sent to the contact person of the corresponding special issue.

What Happens Next?

The primary focus of ICTACT Journals lies on the quality of the articles we publish. All submitted articles undergo a preliminary plagiarism screening. Articles clearing the preliminary screening are put through a full double-blind review process. Based on the reviewers’ recommendation and comments, the Editorial Board decides whether the article should be accepted as is, requires revision or rejected. The editorial board’s decision is final and cannot be appealed.

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