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I just graduated from college. Last March I attended a job fair at a nearby college. They were hiring students from Professional Degree A (These people have got good theoretical knowledge but lacks programming knowledge) and Masters Degree B (Knows programming really well. I belonged to this category). I got selected and was offered a job with good package. I was happy that there were no contracts (bond) in their offer. They also told me that I will be receiving salary from day 1 including the training period of 6 months. After a week, they sent me offer letter via email which I acknowledged and accepted.
Last month, I received an email from HR asking me to go through a list of topics which might be helpful for me during the training period. Frankly speaking, I was not impressed by the list of topics provided. Most of topics I was very familiar with. Since most of the selected students were from professional degree A and only a few were there from B, it was very clear why they had chosen these topics. Before this I was really considering to relocating to join. But after reading this email, I started thinking about my career ambitions. From my childhood itself, I wanted to be entrepreneur. I really wanted an offer that would help me learn many new things and also to get some savings.
I starting considering rejecting the offer. I'm sure that I have every right to do that. But I don't want to create a bad impression about me or not want them to even think anything negative about me. I don't have any other offers if I quit this job, but I'm pretty sure that I will find one that suits my needs as well as one that helps me learn a lot of new things. I can contact HR via phone or email. Even if I call them, there is 100% chance that I will have to send an email regarding the same. I don't want to tell them that I didn't like the topics they have planned for training.
Please advise me how to handle this situation.