Hi @Samandeep Singh - You can go to the issue search, enter a JQL query for all the subtasks you're looking for, and then print the list. I don't know which version you're using, but here's how you'd do it in Jira Cloud:
Step 3 is the trickty part. I don't know what you mean by ascending order, but this query:
parent = TAS-111 order by Summary ASC
...will get you a list of all subtasks under issue TAS-111, sorted by alphabetical order (using the Summary field).
Hope that helps!
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