always start with something which you are good at with help of examples...obviously it should interest the interviewer..there will be questions posed like run me through your CV in 1-2 mins, stress the points where you are good at..could be customer delight which you achieved in previous employment or a subject where you scored highest marks etc or en event where you demonstrated leadership capabilities etc..
You should tell about your academics in a nutshell, followed by your academic awards. Then you tell interesting things about your extra curricular awards and hobbies which make you stand apart from the other students. The people who come for taking interviews only want to judge you in the limited time they have. But they have lots of experience and can easily make out a true potential candidate