Five of those killed were labourers from Bihar, while three, including two teachers, belonged to minority communities in Kashmir.
As many as 12 civilians, including five non-locals, three minority community members and three local Muslims, have been killed by militants in the Kashmir Valley this month.
Sources said the main purpose of Kuldeep Singh's visit, which comes in the wake of a spate in targeted killings of non-locals, is to review the final arrangements made for the proposed security camps.
BSF and the army are on high alert as Pakistan is desperately trying to push terrorists into India just before the onset of winter.
About 808 Kashmiri Pandit families comprising about 3400 souls did not migrate after eruption of militancy in 1990 and are living in different parts of the Valley.
With seven civilians killed by militants in five days in the Kashmir Valley, Mehbooba Mufti demanded that accountability be fixed for the repeated security lapses.
The authorities imposed restrictions on the movement and assembly of people and suspended mobile Internet services after Geelani, 91, died at his home in Srinagar on Wednesday night.
Warnings of a possible third wave in India worry Imraan Ali, whose houseboat on Kashmir's Dal Lake is his only source of income.
The doctor said a case of mucormycosis was operated upon successfully at the hospital in November last year.
The police in Kashmir have sent a clear message that pro-Palestine protests will not be tolerated in the Valley by arresting 22 people, mostly youth, in the last few days.
The separatists, under the banner of Joint Resistance Leadership on Tuesday called for a strike for today against the killing of Bukhari and also civilians allegedly in security forces firing.
Separatists have called for a general strike in protest against the killing of senior journalist Shujaat Bukhari by unidentified gunmen and civilians in security force action.
Ally BJP slams Jammu and Kashmir CM Mehbooba Mufti's call for ceasefire; says government 'soft' on stone pelters
The BJP spokespersons described the situation in the Kashmir Valley as very serious and said the soft policy of the Mehbooba Mufti government was responsible for it.
NIA crackdown on terror funding in Valley plays spoilsport for terrorists: Home Minister Rajnath Singh
Lauding the work of the probe agency for proving its credibility in the last eight-and-half years since its formation in 2008, Singh said the conviction rate of the agency was over 90 percent.
Although broadband Internet services on landlines were functional, the speed has been choked to prevent uploading of videos and large images.