This paper examines dynamic behaviours of a two-species discrete fractional order predator-prey system with functional response form of Ivlev along with Gompertz growth of prey population. A discretization scheme is first applied to get Caputo fractional differential system for the prey-predator model. This study identifies certain conditions for the local asymptotic stability at the fixed points of the proposed prey-predator model. The existence and direction of the period-doubling bifurcation, Neimark-Sacker bifurcation, and Control Chaos are examined for the discrete-time domain. As the bifurcation parameter increases, the system displays chaotic behaviour. For various model parameters, bifurcation diagrams, phase portraits, and time graphs are obtained. Theoretical predictions and long-term chaotic behaviour are supported by numerical simulations across a wide variety of parameters. This article aims to offer an OGY and state feedback strategy that can stabilize chaotic orbits at a precarious equilibrium point.