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Information communication technology is a necessary tool for any individual and country to compete globally. Competency in using ICT (Information Communication Technology) is much more needed for personal growth, social cohesion, and success in the twenty-first Century. Nevertheless, irrespective of its great significance, many educational institutions are not using ICT at all instructional levels in our country. Previous studies advocate that extrinsic barriers, educationists' beliefs, and Information Communication Technology-related self-efficacy determine ICT use in classroom lessons. This study aimed to find the impact of extrinsic barriers, teachers' beliefs, and ICT-related self-efficacy on their ICT in classroom teaching. A sample of 305 college teachers from 48 private colleges in Karachi responded to the survey instrument. Multiple Regression Analysis analyzed the data. The data analysis revealed a statistically significant impact of extrinsic barriers, teachers' beliefs, and ICT-related self-efficacy on their ICT usage in classroom teaching practices.