Mohammadullah Battash son of Alhaj Bori Khan was born in Dorman Battash Village of Imam Sahib district in Kunduz Province 1961. He started his primary and secondary school in Basos district and was graduated in 1978 from Imam Sahib High School. He passed Entrance examination successfully, and then he was awarded a scholarship from the former Soviet Union.

 1985 Mohammadullah Batash completed his mastery in History Faculty of Kuban in Russia. After returning to Afghanistan, he was employed as an academic cadre in Faculty of Social Sciences of Kabul University. He started his job from being assistant professor to associate professor and held the positions as: Dead of Department, Dean of Faculty of Humanitarian Sciences, Dean of Faculty of Journalism, and Head of the Faculty Teachings.

In 1990 he went to Moscow for his doctoral degree. He got his PhD. in social and international relations in 1995. From 1995 to 2001, he worked in different international business companies as a manager. Thus, he has enough experience in business.

2004-2007, he worked as a minister advisor in government parliamentary affairs. From 2008 to Jan 2010, he worked as a legal advisor for Independent Department of Regional Organs. From 1387 to 1389, he was a member of President’s Special Board of Consultation in Appointing Senior Government Officials.  He participated in different seminars and had considerable role in planning and preparing different legitimate documents.

From 1388 to 1389, he worked as the deputy of policy, and acting head of ministry of transportation and aviation.

1389-1391, he worked as the policy and planning deputy in ministry of transportation and aviation.

From 1391 up to now, he has been working as the governor of Faryab Province.

Mr. Mohammadullah Batash is married and has ten children. He can speak Uzbek, Dari, Pashto, Russia, and Turkish. He is also familiar with English.

His compilations:

  • Afghanistan from the far Past till the Establishment of the Central Government.
  • Afghanistan from the Establishment of Central Government till the Independence.
  • Teaching Methodology in Private Higher Education Organizations.
  • Afghanistan Foreign Relations from 1919 to 1945.