Born on September 17, 1941 in the village of Herher, Martuni district
1948-1958 - Studied in the secondary school in the village
1958-1960 - Studied at the Shushi Pedagogical College
1960-1961 – Teacher in the Martouni district schools
1961-1964 - Served in the Soviet army
1964-1969 - Studied at the Physics and Mathematics Department of the Azerbaijan State Pedagogical Institute named after Lenin
1969-1981 - Teacher of mathematics in Stepanakert schools No 1 and No 5. In addition, also worked at the Stepanakert Pedagogical Institute (ArSU)
1981 - Defended his scientific thesis on the methodology of teaching mathematics and received the degree of Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences. Worked at the Department of Mathematics of the Stepanakert Pedagogical Institute
1984 - Received the title of Associate Professor
1988 - Member of the Board of the "Krunk"
1989-1991 - In connection with political views and the Artsakh movement, he was arrested and detained three times in prisons in Pyatigorsk, Saratov and Baku.
1990 - Elected to the Supreme Council of the Republic of Armenia
1990 -1995 - Worked in the Standing Committee on Education and Science
December 28, 1991 - Elected deputy of the NKR Supreme Council of the first convocation from the constituency No66 of the village of Sos
1991-1995 - Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Supreme Council of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic on Education, Science, Language, Culture and Information, and a member of the Presidium
1999-2002 - Minister of Education and Science of the NKR.
2002-2008 - Rector of the Artsakh State University
2002 - Received the title of professor
Since 2008 - Professor of the Department of Mathematics the Artsakh State University
The author of about fifty scientific and methodical articles and works
He has the title of an excellent pupil of enlightenment
Honored Scientist of the NKR (April 29, 2006)
Since 2016 - chairman of the NGO "Association of Parliamentarians Artsakh"
Married, has three children
Awarded the orders "Grigor Lousavorich" (August 30, 2016), "Mesrop Mashtots" (30.08.2011) and medal "Mkhitar Gosh" (08.05.2002)