While you see objective statements on many sample resumes, they are not required. Objective statements should be clear, precise and succinct. They should make use of specific job titles and specific phrases describing the applicants preferred working environment.
Many people replace the objective statement with a profile or qualification highlights section that highlights the "soft skills" that do not always make it into resume databases. The profile is a sort of summary of the resume itself, highlighting the applicant's most impressive skills, abilities and accomplishments.
Name and location of institution, dates of attendance, type of degree, area of study, and special awards. You may include CGPA information if important to the specific position.
Name and location of company, dates of employment, major accomplishments on the job, major responsibilities, name and contact information of direct supervisor, skills acquired. Include paid and volunteer positions (if necessary).
Additional training and workshops
If you've attended specialized training courses, seminars or workshops, be sure to list these as well (depending upon relevancy).
Things you can actually do (as opposed to generalized skills - better to let an employer know you have leadership skills from reading your work or training history rather than telling them you have "leadership skills"). For example, software you may know well, systems you may understand, etc.
You will be required to provide 3 referees one of which should be an academic referee. The other 2 could be a work referee if you have had a chance to gain some work experience, a mentor or someone who knows you well.
Ensure that you get permission from the individuals first before including them as your referees on your CV.