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  1. jamal faiq
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    Smile which is right?

    some people use ( civil aviation institute ) others use ( institute of civil aviation ) which is right? please tell as soon as possible.thank you.

  2. jessychitra
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    #2

    Re: which is right?

    Both are right.

    Civil Aviation Institute It is a title or heading.

    Institute of civil aviation This is a sentence, or part of a sentence.

    Hope it helps.


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    Re: which is right?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamal faiq View Post
    some people use ( civil aviation institute ) others use ( institute of civil aviation ) which is right? please tell as soon as possible.thank you.
    Either could be the title of an Institute [with capital letters: Civil Aviation Institute/Institute of Civil Aviation] , and both are correct if you are referring to an institute.

    Do you have context?

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