Author Guidelines

Take care of the following points to increase the chance of acceptance:
  1. One can submit Short Paper, Review Paper, Research Article or a Case Study to the IJCAIT.
  2. The publication of an article or a manuscript requires strict conformance to the paper template as available on the website.
  3. One may submit the list of three potential reviewer (must be from academics or research institute) to review the submitted paper. Otherwise Editor in Chief will select internal experts for the same.
  4. One must be very sure that the submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).

  5. It is always better to check the plagiarism of your paper before its submission.

Article Processing Fee

Article Processing Fee : There is no submission, processing or publishing charges for the authors.

Publication Ethics Policy

Research Results : Authors must not fabricate, falsify or misrepresent data or results. They should strive to be objective, unbiased and truthful in all aspects of their work.

Authors must be honest in making claims for the results and conclusions of their research. Making inflated claims for a project interferes with the objective evaluation of its results and applications, and can lead to an unfair and wasteful distribution of resources.

It is, of course, recognised that errors will occur from time to time. When an error is discovered in published or submitted work, the mistake should be admitted and a corrigendum, erratum or retraction should be published. Corrections should be approved by all authors of the original article unless there is a particular reason why this is not possible. In these cases any dissent among the authors should be noted in the published correction.

Co-Author Responsibilities: It is the corresponding author's responsibility to ensure that all named authors have approved the submitted version of the manuscript, agree to its submission and are willing to take appropriate responsibility for it. All authors should be consulted about any subsequent changes to authorship (e.g. the list of authors) during the publication process, and it should be made clear to the journal that they have given their consent.

Citation:Authors have a responsibility to acknowledge the work of others used in their research and to cite publications that have influenced the direction and course of their study. Information obtained in private correspondence or conversation should only be used with the explicit permission of the individuals involved. Information obtained whilst providing confidential services, such as refereeing research articles or grant applications, should not be used without permission of the original author.

Conflict of Interest: Articles should include a full list of the current institutional affiliations of all authors, both academic and corporate. We also encourage authors to provide ORCID identifiers for each named author on submission. All sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed in the article.