In 1979 he was born in Bulungur district of Samarkand region.
In 1997 he graduated from secondary school №31 of Bulungur district of Samarkand region.
In 1998-2002 he was a student of the Geography Faculty of Samarkand State University.
In 2002-2004 he was a master student of the Department of Physical Geography of Samarkand State University.
In 2008-2010, Assistant-Lecturer, Samarkand Institute of Economics and Service
In 2010-2019, senior lecturer, Samarkand Institute of Economics and Service
In 2015-2018, practicing research trainee (postgraduate student) at the National University of Uzbekistan named after Mirzo Ulugbek
In 2019-2019, senior lecturer at the Department of Hydrometeorology, Samarkand State University.
Since 2020, Acting Associate Professor of the Department of Hydrometeorology, Samarkand State University.
Since 2020, Head of the Department of Hydrometeorology, Samarkand State University.
The Department of Hydrometeorology was organized in 2007 as the Department of Hydrometeorology and Landscape Science within the Department of Geography of the Faculty of Natural Sciences of SamSU. In 2013, the name of the department was changed to "Hydrometeorology". The department employs 2 doctors of sciences, professors (F. Khikmatov, K. Boimirzaev), 1 candidate of sciences, associate professor (B. Rakhmanov), 2 (PhD) associate professors (S. Khaidarov, K. Rakhmanov), 5 teachers. (D. Shirinbaev, Sh. Ganiev, E. Ulugmurodov, H. Nurliboev, M. Khodzhiev). Currently, the head of the department is Assoc. S.A. Khaidarov. Since the opening of the department by Professor A. Abdulkasimov, 2 textbooks have been published, 1 for universities, 1 for the 6th grade of secondary schools (in 7 languages). In addition, 10 monographs, 4 textbooks, 7 teaching aids, 3 electronic textbooks, 45 textbooks have been created. More than 400 scientific, scientific and methodological articles have been published. Since then, more than 30 of them have been published in foreign publications and about 90 in scientific journals. Currently, the monograph by prof. A. Rakhmatullaeva is presented for publication.
The staff of the department conducts research of water and hydrogeological resources of Uzbekistan on the main topic "Study of hydrological, meteorological and hydrogeological features of South-West Uzbekistan". The main areas of research at the department are water resources, water quality and environmental conditions, drinking water supply, climatic features, variability of meteorological factors, climate change and its consequences, its impact on the earth and its consequences.
Currently, the department prepares a bachelor's degree in the specialties 5140700-Hydrometeorology and 5140800-Geology (in the field of activity) and a master's degree in 5A141101-Hydrology.
In order to increase the efficiency of teaching subjects, the teachers of the department have developed scientific and methodological recommendations in various volumes and names. Electronic teaching aids and electronic textbooks in various subjects have been created.