Objective: The objective section will clearly define why the candidate is applying for a particular company. This is important considering the fact that the candidate already has worked previously and it will also give an insight to what the company will gain if the candidate is selected for the role. This would also give a good head start to the interviewer and he will get a brief introduction about the candidate.
Brief Overview: This gives a bulleted list of skills of the candidate in terms of exposure to various technologies or a project that is relevant to the profile offered by the company. This is a list hence it will contain only the overview based on which the interviewer can proceed in the interview. The candidate can also list some personal skills in this section. This overview section should contain all the information that is relevant to the profile/ company.
Academics: Academics section will give details about the performance of the candidate throughout his career. This includes percentage/CGPA in high school, graduation, and post-graduation.
Technical Certifications: As an IT- fresher profile, the candidate may have certain certifications in IT domain such as Java, SQL etc. This section is important as it gives interviewer an overview of the domain the candidate has knowledge of. This also helps during assigning projects.
Academic projects: This section consists a list of projects that candidate has been part of in the academic curriculum such as summer internships, or any other project of a course. The project should be described clearly with roles, responsibilities, relevance and the findings of the project etc. Multiple projects should be bulleted.
Extra-Curricular Activities: This would include any roles undertaken apart from the course, for example part of any club, committee. As an MBA you are bound to be a part of such extra-curricular activities as major learning about team work, leadership are learnt through such roles itself. Hobbies, interests needs to be included in the end which would sequentially close down the flow of CV.