I am Sonu and I [STRIKE]am coming[/STRIKE] come from Bollaram. My [STRIKE]native place[/STRIKE] hometown/home area/home region is Bhopal. I [STRIKE]am[/STRIKE] have comp[STRIKE]e[/STRIKE]leted a BA. My hobby is reading. I am married and my husband [STRIKE]is working[/STRIKE] works as an administrator in Dubai.
In your first sentence you have given 2 facts - your name and where you are from. If you list two things, you join them with the word "and", not a comma. The same rule applies to the final sentence.
Next - you said "I come from Bollaram. My native place is Bhopal". "I come from.." and "my native place..." mean the same thing. Is Bollaram the city and Bhopal is the area? If so, you just say "I come from Bollaram in Bhopal". Note: We don't use "native place", we just say "I am from/I come from..."
The past tense of complete is "have completed", not "am completed".
Again, use of the present continuous isn't required "I am coming" and "My husband is working" can more simply be said as "I come..." and "My husband works..."
When saying what someone does for a living, we use the indefinite article before the name of the job (in the singular).
I am a teacher.
She is an engineer.
He is an administrator.
They are teachers. (Plural = no article)