Mr. Baryalay was born in 1983 in an educated family. He studied school during migration in Pakistan. He was graduated from the R.J. Memorial English medium High School in 2002. In 2002, after returning to his homeland, Afghanistan, he worked as an officer in the Public Health Department of Pakitka province for one year.
In 2003, he was appointed as a teacher at Ibn Sina High School and at the same time studied English literature at the Sayed Jamal-u-din Afghan Teachers' Training College as in-service student. In 2005, he was recognized as a 14th grade graduate from English literature. After that, he participated in a special exam for higher education at the University of Education. After successfully passing the exam in the field of English literature as an in-service teacher who was also teaching at Ibn Sina High School, and in 2007 he graduated from the department of English literature, faculty of language and literature, the university of Education with a BA degree (Bachelor of Arts).
After graduating in 2008, he was appointed as instructor in Sayed Jamal-u-din Afghan Teachers’ Training College. In 2010, he taught as a professor at the Afghanistan Institute of Technical and Vocational Institution (ATVI) and after that he has taught in various private universities, as Aghanswiss university, Ariana University, Idrak University and maywand university, he has also collaborated in the field of translating scientific and artistic works and organizing educational workshops.
During his career, he has participated in several workshops, seminars and conferences and is still fluent in Pashto, Dari, Urdu, and English. In 2019, he graduated from Kardan University with a master's degree in business administration (MBA).
At present, he is serving and educating the children of the beloved country of Afghanistan in Ghalib University as a professor and head of the examination committee.