I will rephrase your question, to make sure I understand it correctly. You have a MIPS-based host running Linux, and you want to capture an entry in the /proc virtual filesystem to a file on disk.
First, the /proc filesystem is not really a filesystem at all; it is a virtual filesystem (VFS). What that means is that it is a set of configurations that the kernel exports to userspace using filesystem semantics. There is no actual data storage like what exists for a conventional files and directories. The data is all transient, reflecting the state of the kernel at the instant the virtual file is read (and in some cases, written to).
Having said this, as /proc does obey conventional filesystem semantics, it is possible to use things like cat
to read the VFS, and therefore to redirect its output to conventional disk files:
cat /proc/stat > /home/LQsudheendrasp/procStat
Is this what you were looking for?