Peer Review Process
Peer review is a process of evaluating and validating a scholarly work by one or more people of similar competence to the work. Authors should submit original manuscript without any plagiarism and inappropriate data manipulation. The Chief Editor will screen the manuscript to ensure basic scientific criteria. The manuscript is further checked by the editorial staffs for English writing quality and typesetting. After the first screening, each submitted manuscript will be reviewed by at least two reviewers and optionally, one additional reviewer if the first two show strong different recommendations. This journal follows double blind scheme for reviewing process, meaning that both authors and reviewers are anonymous. Base on the results of the peer review, the Chief Editor will notify the author via email whether the manuscript is accepted, rejected, or required more revision. Should the manuscript require revisions, the authors must correctly and completely address the reviewers’ comments before resubmitting.
IJoICT is open for author to submit publication article. The article will be processed on the First-Come First-Served policy via IJoICT submission webpage. There are two deadlines for article submission, which are 15 May & 15 November. IJoICT continuously published two volumes in a year, on June and December.