If you are running a CICS transaction from batch, what terminal is that batch job connected to? Once you answer that question, you will -- or SHOULD -- understand why EIBTRMID is spaces and why your INQUIRE TERMINAL failed.
rashmirgowda: the point that you have completely missed so far is that, unless something special is done, a batch invocation of a CICS program runs unattached to a terminal. Hence, there will be spaces in the EIBTRMID variable and using EXEC CICS INQUIRE TERMINAL is going to return TERMIDERR.
The results you are getting are normal and expected for what you are doing. If you want different results, you will need to research "batch terminal" in the CICS bookshelf or Information Center for your release of CICS. And using a batch terminal may well require you to get your CICS support group involved if your site is not currently set up to use batch terminals.