Authorities have ordered closure of all educational institutions as well in the valley.
He said in other parts of the Valley, restrictions under Section 144 remained in force and there was ban on assembly of more than five people at a single place. Civil service (judicial) exam scheduled for Sunday has been cancelled.
Unrest stirred again in the Valley after Bhat's killing, as locals took to the streets and clashed with the security forces to express their anger over the killings.
Asserting that the Kashmir youth need employment, a top army officer on Sunday said that defying separatist shutdown call, hundreds of students participated in the army recruitment examination in the Valley.
Naikoo, a college graduate, is wanted by the security forces for several militancy-related cases.
Meanwhile, normal life remained affected in the rest of the valley for the second day due to a two-day strike called by separatists to protest killing of the two militants and use of "brute force" against protestors.
Witnesses said strict restrictions were imposed around Tral to prevent people from attending the funeral.
The unrest that followed Burhan's killing lasted for five months during which almost 100 civilians were killed during clashes with security forces and thousands of others were injured.
Prohibitory orders were imposed in Ganderbal, Badgam, Baramulla and Kupwara districts, while heavy deployments of police and paramilitary forces were made in south Kashmir districts of Shopian, Anantnag, Kulgam and Pulwama.
"Barring two minor stone pelting incidents in Tahab (Pulwama) and 90 Feet Raod (Srinagar), the situation remained under control", he said, adding that no injury was reported during these incidents.
Train services remained suspended on Monday for the third consecutive day.
(AP Photo/Dar Yasin). A Kashmiri villager listens perched on a tree as a rebel, who claimed to have escaped from a gunbattle, speaks tributes to rebel leader Sabzar Ahmed Bhat who was killed in the gunbattle, in Tral area, 45 Kilometers south of Srina.
Both belonged to Rathsuna village of Tral where they were buried in the "martyrs graveyard".
Wani's death in July past year had triggered a prolonged spell of unrest marked by clashes between protesters and the forces, claiming almost a hundred civilian lives.
Police and security forces said they used "maximum restraint" before chasing them away. However, miscreants pelted stones on security yesterday in which some persons were injured.A spokesman for the university said fresh dates for the deferred examinations shall be notified later.The university also suspended the class work on Monday in view of the prevailing situation.