Can someone tell me how to query the data which is displayed in " Monitor Bulk Data Load Jobs" Section "Completed last 7 days"

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It seems the functionality is not exposed by Salesforce at all. Those objects are not avialable in APEX. As I checked all Apex supported objects(with globalDescribe) and none of them have "750" as object prefix.
Also as far as I know the bulk API endpoints also do not support listing of the jobs. You only can access the jobs by providing JobId. Bulk API Walkthrough


I don't have any orgs with bulk jobs to look at off hand to figure out exactly which fields are the ones displayed, but this should help you get started:

SELECT CompletedDate, Id, JobItemsProcessed, Status FROM AsyncApexJob
WHERE CompletedDate = LAST_N_DAYS:7
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    AsyncApexJobs doe not include bulk data load jobs Feb 19, 2019 at 22:26

Send an HTTP callout to the Bulk API v2.0, REST and JSON enabled. Not that bad.

final String VERSION_BULKJOB_WAS_MADE_WITH = 'v53.0';
final Id ASYNCAPIJOB_ID = '750000123456789';
HttpRequest req = new HttpRequest();
String endPointUrl = URL.getOrgDomainUrl().toExternalForm() + '/services/data/' + VERSION_BULKJOB_WAS_MADE_WITH + '/jobs/ingest/' + ASYNCAPIJOB_ID;
req.setHeader('Authorization', 'Bearer ' + UserInfo.getSessionId());
Http http = new Http();
HTTPResponse response = http.send(req);
String respBody = response.getBody();
System.debug('respBody: ' + respBody);

Sample response:

    "id": "750000123456789",
    "operation": "insert",
    "object": "MyObject__c",
    "createdById": "005000000012345AAA",
    "createdDate": "2022-02-19T03:00:36.000+0000",
    "systemModstamp": "2022-02-19T03:01:46.000+0000",
    "state": "JobComplete",
    "concurrencyMode": "Parallel",
    "contentType": "CSV",
    "apiVersion": 53,
    "jobType": "V2Ingest",
    "lineEnding": "LF",
    "columnDelimiter": "PIPE",
    "numberRecordsProcessed": 10293,
    "numberRecordsFailed": 0,
    "retries": 0,
    "totalProcessingTime": 66100,
    "apiActiveProcessingTime": 59388,
    "apexProcessingTime": 0

Hope that helps!

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