Proper nounEdit


  1. Initialism of Indochina Time.


ICT (countable and uncountable, plural ICTs)

  1. (countable, electronics) Initialism of In-Circuit Test.
  2. (uncountable, electronics, communication) Initialism of Information and Communications Technology.
    • 2012, Regulation (EU) No 1025/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council
      In order to speed up the decision-making process, national standardisation bodies and European standardisation organisations should facilitate accessible information on their activities through the promotion of the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in their respective standardisation systems, for example by providing to all relevant stakeholders an easy-to-use online consultation mechanism for the submission of comments on draft standards and by organising virtual meetings, including by means of web conferencing or video conferencing, of technical committees.
    • 2014, "No end to ICT skills crunch" by Lance Harris, published on itweb.co.za
      The total number of students that enrolled for these courses has grown only slightly and the marginal increase of graduates does not match the growth rate of the ICT industry.
      Graduates with ICT qualifications, senior managers and especially mid-career professionals are all still in short supply across a range of disciplines and market segments.
  3. (law) Initialism of International Crimes Tribunal.