sriraj1122, we need more information to give you any more help. On your outputs, you have the information, but don't know what it is.
Can you find the "General Registers" in the dump? If so, look at contents of Register 7. I am estimating that since you have only one item in your linkage, and you have no files, that Register 7 contains the address of the item you are trying to display. You can check on you Cobol listing if you have a DMAP (Data Map). If it says BLL=R7 (or something like that) for your field, then it is using Register 7. If it is using something else, obviously look there.
Try to look again at the dump. When it gets to the real dump part, the memory contents, the first column is the storage address. Is R7 (or whatever) less than the lowest address? (Particularly if zero). R7 should be pointing to the value of your field in the calling program (which will also, if it has a correct value, help you to find the program in the dump!).
If you are in the mood for trying things, try using call literal, rather than call dataname. Shouldn't make any difference that I know of, but if it doesn't work at all it might give some new clue. I hate these sort of suggestions, but there's not much else we can do without info.
Note. My Cobol is old. If the "usual" register usage in Cobol has changed, someone else please step in and say so