Students resume should primarily list various projects and extracurricular activities undertaken by the student. It would also mention the challenges faced in the projects and how you resolved these issues. Employers are very particular about deadlines and resource management skills. Mention about the activities which highlight your resource management skills that you did in your school or college. It is very important for a student to list down whatever skill he or she has acquired in earlier part time jobs or voluntary works so that the prospective employer can match with his skill requirement.
Providing few references of people under the supervision of whom you have taken up activities will add an extra edge to a student’s CV. This is required so as to let the future employer know that you are dependable. A student should basically try to sell and market himself through the resume. It should convince the prospective hirer that you are best suited for the skill set he or she is looking for. For this purpose before you apply for a job, do some research and what they are looking for and accordingly highlight your skills and activities that match their requirements.
Along with this the rest of the details like self introduction, previous work experience, certifications and graduations are integral part of any CV.