The problem which you are facing is because of the schema of your MySql table. In your import command, you can select a subset of columns and control their ordering by using the --columns argument. This should include a comma-delimited list of columns to export. For example: --columns "col1,col2,col3".
Note that columns that are not included in the --columns parameter need to have either defined default value or allow NULL values. Otherwise, your database will reject the imported data which in turn will make Sqoop job fail.
Please either use all the column names in the --columns tab of your Sqoop command as given in the below image or In MySql create a table with the proper schema where columns of your MySql table should allow null values.
Refer to the below screenshot where we have executed the Sqoop command successfully.