Authors Information

Submission of your manuscript is welcome provided that it or any translation of it has not been copyrighted or published, nor is it being submitted for publication elsewhere. Contributions should be written in English and include a 100 to 250 word abstract. Please make sure that the paper is submitted in its final form.

The goal of the journal is to provide a lively forum for the communication of original research papers and timely review articles on Computer Science and Management. IJCEM will publish only articles of the highest quality. Submissions will be evaluated on their originality and significance. IJCEM invites submissions in all areas of Computer Science and Management, especially scope of the journal is reflected by the specialties of the board of editors.

All papers of the journal are peer reviewed by two independent reviewers. Most of the acceptance are granted when both reviewers recommendations are positive.

Journal issues will be made available online for download.
Publication Certificate will be awarded to authors.

Paper Submission Guidelines

The submitted papers MUST be written in English, not exceeding 10 double-column pages, and SHOULD follow the IJCEM paper template (only MS Word version accepted).

Submissions must include a title, abstract, keywords, author(s) and affiliation(s), email address(es). Please indicate the corresponding author.

Authors submitting a revised manuscript need to outline separately the response to the reviewers comments including changes introduced to the manuscript.

IJCEM do not charge any publication fee. However reviewer’s honorarium will be paid by authors whose article/research papers will accepted for publication.

Final Paper Submission

Each final paper should be in MS Word style (with .doc extension) submitted to the IJCEM Editor-in-Chief together with the corresponding signed IJCEM Copyright Transfer Form.

Submission of Manuscript

Manuscript should be initially submitted to the Editor-in-Chief via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. conforming with the instructions to authors. Potential author(s) should submit the following :

  • a potential manuscript must use the IJCEM style format (MS Word).
  • a list of keywords (up to eight or ten) and subject classification.
  • a letter to the editor, that should include, names, affiliations, the abstract and a brief resume.

Manuscripts must be submitted in complete form, with illustrations (if any), legends to illustrations and an abstract. Subject classification and suitable keywords and phrases should be given on the title page. The text should be concise; in general, manuscripts should not exceed 10 standard pages. The number of illustrations should be kept to the minimum required for clarification of the text. Illustrations, tables, equations, and footnotes should be numbered consecutively throughout the paper. References, numbered consecutively with square brackets, should be grouped together at the end of the paper.

Author(s) MUST use following IJCEM Templates for preparing their manuscript.
IJCEM paper template
Copyright Transfer Form

Refreed Process

Once manuscript is submitted to the Managing Editor for review (which takes normally 30-40 days), he will assign the paper to appropriate Associate Editor. The Associate Editor(s) will manage the review/revision process. He will be responsible to look for the reviewers and maintaining a control in the revision process.

Manuscripts are typically reviewed within one month. Unusually long or difficult manuscripts may take longer. The time required will also be greater in cases where it is difficult to find suitably qualified referees. Should a report be unreasonably delayed, a further expert opinion may be sought. If the referees reports contradict one another, the responsible Associate Editor/ Editor may obtain additional reviews if this is required to make a decision. Revised manuscripts are usually reviewed by the referees of the original submission, but the responsible Associate Editor/ Editor may seek input from additional reviewers.

Responsible Associate Editor/ Editor will report result of the review process of each assigned paper to the Managing Editor. Final decision (on acceptance or rejection of the submitted paper) - based on the Associate Editor's remarks - will be taken by Managing Editor in consultation with the Editor-in-Chief. Final decision on acceptance will be communicated to the author by the Managing Editor.

Important Note: Authors should submit only papers that have been carefully proofread and polished.