The thing I've observed about employers taking on students is looking for genuine passion for the job, and the ability to display that you are a good fit for the job.
To address genuine passion, you could spend a little time outside of university reading a book or working through a course.
To show you are a good fit for the job, read the job specification carefully and pick out the skills they are looking for. A common one could be as simple as "working in a team" - you can bring any experience (even non-development) to back this up! For example, I talked about my part-time job in retail in detail, where I could demonstrate soft skills such as team working.
Good luck with the applications Hassaan!
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